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1967 CENSUS 
OF BUSINESS 




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MAJOR RETAIL 
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in Standard Metropolitan 
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NEW JERSEY 



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 




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The 1967 Census of Business reports will com- 
prise eight volumes: 

Vols. I, II, III, IV— Retail Trade 
Vols. V, VI— Wholesale Trade 
Vols. VII, VIM— Selected Services 
Retail Trade reports are issued first as separate 
preprints and then brought together in the follow- 
ing volumes: 

VOL I. RETAIL TRADE, SUBJECT REPORTS 

A U.S. summary chapter and chapters presenting 
tabulations based on the following characteris- 
tics of individual establishments: sales-size; 
employment-size; single or multiunit ownership; 
and legal form of ownership. Statistics are 
presented for the United States, States, and 
standard metropolitan statistical areas, by kind 
of business. This volume consists of the subject 
reports previously issued as series BC67-RS. 

VOL. II. RETAIL TRADE, AREA STATISTICS 

A U.S. summary chapter and chapters for each 
State, the District of Columbia, Guam, and the 
Virgin Islands. Statistics are presented by kind 
of business, for counties, cities, standard metro- 
politan statistical areas, and for selected towns 
and townships in New England, New Jersey, and 
Pennsylvania. The kind-of-business detail varies 
in accordance with the number of retail estab- 
lishments in an area. This volume consists of the 
area reports previously issued as series BC67-RA. 

VOL III. MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 

A summary chapter and a chapter for each State 
showing separate statistics for each standard 
metropolitan statistical area (SMSA) in the State. 
Each chapter presents data for the major retail 
centers (MRC's) in the SMSA's and for the cen- 
tral business district (CBD) in each city with 
100,000 inhabitants or more in the SMSA's. 
Statistics for the CBD are presented for retail 
trade by kind of business. Data for each major 
retail center include (a) sales and establishment 
counts for total retail trade and for three major 
subgroups of retail trade and (b) establishment 
counts only, by detailed kind of business. This 
volume consists of the major retail center reports 
previously issued as series BC67-MRC. 

VOL IV RETAIL MERCHANDISE LINE SALES 

A U.S. summary chapter and chapters for each 
State. Each chapter presents statistics on (a) 
number of establishments and total sales for 
establishments in a specified kind of business, 
(b) the number and total sales of those estab- 
lishments reporting their sales by the 25 broad 
merchandise lines, (c) the percentage of total 
sales accounted for by each of the 25 broad 
lines, and for (d) establishments handling a 
specific line, what percent of their total sales is 
represented by sales of that line. Additional 
merchandise line detail is shown for selected 
kinds of business. This volume consists of the 
reports previously issued as series BC67-MLS. 

Issued May 1970 

This report is a preprint of a corresponding chapter of 
Vol. Ill — Retail Trade, Major Retail Centers. 



Suggested Citation 

U.S. Bureau of the Census, Census of Business, 1967 

RETAIL TRADE: MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 

NEW JERSEY, BC67-MRC-31 

U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1970 



For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. 
Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402, or 
any Department of Commerce field office. Price 65 
cents. Complete set of retail trade major retail center 
reports, $29.40. 




BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

George Hay Brown, Director 

Robert F. Drury, Deputy Director 
Walter F. Ryan, Associate Director 



BUSINESS DIVISION 
Harvey Kailin, Chief 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS— This report was prepared in the Business Division 
under the general direction of Harvey Kailin, Division Chief, with direct 
supervision by Louis Greenberg, Assistant Chief, Program Development. 
Plans for the major retail center segment of the Census of Business were 
developed by Sol Helfand. Responsibility for compiling this report was 
under the general direction of Michael Farrell, Chief, Retail Program 
Branch. Robert Viehman served as coordinator and was the Business 
Division's liaison officer with other divisions. Mabel Foster and Charles 
Treese contributed in resolving problems and in reviewing the data for 
publication. Staff assistance was provided by Paul Shapiro, Assistant 
Division Chief, Program Implementation, Ralph S. Woodruff, Assistant Di- 
vision Chief, Research and Methodology, and Max Shor, Assistant Division 
Chief, Staff and Special Projects. 

Systems and procedures were developed in the Systems Division, Sol 
Dolleck, Chief, by Eugene Wendt, Assistant Division Chief for Periodic 
Censuses, assisted by Samuel Schweid, Economic Census Program Manager. 
Clerical procedures were developed and supervised by Alvin Barten and 
Carl Mueller. Robert Janshego developed and supervised the electronic 
computer editing and tabulation programs under the direction of William 
Lorenz, Chief, Business Statistics Branch. 

Processing of major retail center reports was performed by the Jefferson- 
ville Census Operations Division, Joseph F. Arbena, Chief. Clerical process- 
ing was supervised by Rebecca Nesbit. Data processing and related 
operations were performed by the Processing Division, M. Douglas Fahey, 
Chief, assisted by Rudolph Mfcoly and James Shores. 

Editorial supervision was provided by Julia Moring of the Administrative 
and Publications Services Division. 

Arthur Horowitz, in his capacity as the coordinator of the economic 
censuses, made important contributions to the planning and operational 
phases of the work. 

Special acknowledgment is due to the many businesses whose cooperation 
has contributed to the publication of the data. 



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Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas 




U.S. Department of Commerce 



Bureau of the Census 



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Introduction 



AUTHORITY AND SCOPE-The economic cen- 
suses are required by law under Title 13, 
United States Code, sections 131, 191, and 
224. The 1967 Census of Business portion of 
the economic censuses consists of firms en- 
gaged in retail trade, wholesale trade, and 
selected services (hotels and motels; personal, 
business, and repair services; and amusement 
and recreation services including the motion 
picture industry) which operated in the United 
States. In addition, the Census of Business 
covered public warehouses, dental labora- 
tories, law firms, architectural and engineer- 
ing firms, travel agencies, and truck and bus 
carriers not subject to economic regulation by 
the Interstate Commerce Commission. Data 
for the contract construction industry also 
were collected in this Census but published 
in a separate series of reports. The Census of 
Business also covered Guam and the Virgin 
Islands. A separate 1967 Census of Business, 
Manufacturers, and Construction for Puerto 
Rico was conducted jointly with the Common- 
wealth Government. 

KINDS OF BUSINESS COVERED-This series 
of reports provides findings only for retail 
stores in the areas covered. Data for nonstore 
retailers are not included in these reports. For 
definitions, see appendix A. 

AREAS COVERED-This series consists of a 
summary report and a report for each State 
showing separate statistics for each standard 
metropolitan statistical area (SMSA) in the 
State. Data for SMSAs which cross State lines, 
appear only in the State report in which the 
SMSA is primarily located. Each report pre- 
sents data for the major retail centers 
(MRC's) in the SMSA's. Data are also shown 
for the central business district (CBD) in each 
city with 100,000 inhabitants or more in the 
SMSA. 

DELINEATION OF MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS- 
Two types of major retail centers have been 
delineated for these reports: (1) Central busi- 
ness districts (CBD's); and (2) concentrations 
of retail stores (other than CBD's) located 
in each SMSA. 

Since there were no generally accepted 
rules for determining what a CBD area should 
include or exclude, the Census Bureau (1) in 



consultation with local census tract commit- 
tees defined a CBD as "an area of very high 
land valuation; an area characterized by a high 
concentration of retail businesses, offices, thea- 
ters, hotels, and "service" businesses; and an 
area of high traffic flow"; and (2) required that 
the CBD ordinarily should be defined to follow 
existing tract lines, i.e., to consist of one or 
more whole census tracts. The emphasis on 
tract boundaries was based on the fact that 
census statistics other than those derived from 
the Census of Business are identified in terms 
of tract location and therefore can conveniently 
be tabulated for CBD's. 

It was recognized that the tract basis for 
CBD's might lead to the inclusion of area 
segments not consistent with the first criterion 
or to the exclusion of small segments which 
clearly belonged within the first criterion. It 
was believed that these shortcomings general- 
ly would not prove to be serious and that the 
differences in area probably would not signifi- 
cantly affect the totals for the items being 
measured. Provision, however, was made for 
splitting tracts where a serious problem was 
encountered. The use of tract lines for bound- 
aries also was consistent with the desire to 
keep CBD boundaries constant in order to 
maximize the value of comparisons over time. 

In some cities previously established 
CBD's or similar areas which substantially 
corresponded to the Census Bureau's require- 
ments for CBD's were accepted for use in the 
Bureau's program. 

Major retail centers (MRC's) are defined 
by the Census Bureau as those concentrations 
of retail stores (located inside the standard 
metropolitan statistical areas but outside of 
the CBD) having at least $5 million in retail 
sales and at least 10 retail establishments, 
one of which is classified as a department 
store. 

MRC's include not only the planned 
suburban shopping centers but also the older 
"string" street and neighborhood develop- 
ments which meet the above prerequisites. 
Frequently the boundaries of a single MRC in- 
clude stores located within a planned center 
and in addition adjacent stores outside of the 
planned portion. In general the boundaries of 
the MRC's have been established to include 
all adjacent blocks containing at least one 
store in the general merchandise, apparel, or 
furniture-appliance groups of stores, and 
where a planned center is involved, to include 
all of the center. 



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Because MRC's tend to have a relatively 
small number of establishments, it generally 
is not possible to provide separate kind-of- 
business data (except for establishment 
counts) without infringement of the Bureau's 
legal requirement for maintenance of confi- 
dentiality. For this reason, it is necessary to 
limit the sales figures for MRC's to only— 

1. Retail stores, total. 

2. Convenience goods stores, i.e., food 
stores (SIC 54); eating and drinking 
places (SIC 58); and drug, proprietary 
stores (SIC 591). 

3. Shopping goods (GAF) stores, i.e., 
general merchandise stores (SIC 53 
part); apparel, accessory stores (SIC 
56); and furniture, home furnishings, 
equipment stores (SIC 57). 

4. All other retail stores (SIC 52, 55, 59, 
except 591). 

This report series was started as a part 
of the 1954 Census of Business, at which time 
data were provided for a total of 95 CBD's. In 
the 1958 Census of Business additional CBD's 
were defined and MRC's were identified for the 
first time. At that time data were published for 



109 CBD's and for 472 MRC's located in 97 
SMSA's. The 1963 Census of Business included 
data for 131 CBD's located in 116 SMSA's and 
for 972 MRC's. The present series will include 
data for about 1,700 MRC's located in the 230 
SMSA's in the United States and for 134 CBD's. 

CENSUS DISCLOSURE RULES-ln accordance 
with Federal law governing census reports, 
any data which would disclose the operations 
of an individual establishment or business or- 
ganization are not published. However, the 
number of establishments in a kind of busi- 
ness is not considered a disclosure, so that 
this item may appear in instances where 
other items of information for the same kind 
of business or locality are withheld. 

STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL 
AREAS-The standard metropolitan statistical 
areas (SMSA's) included in these reports are 
those defined by the Bureau of the Budget 
in 1967. 1 



1 Executive Office of the President, Bureau of the 
Budget, Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, 1967, 

as amended January 15, 1968. 



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MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 

IN STANDARD METROPOLITAN 

STATISTICAL AREAS 



New Jersey 



CONTENTS 

I Page numbers listed here omit the State prefix, 31-, which appears as part of number for each page] 

page 

State Map Showing Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas ii 

Introduction iii 

ATLANTIC CITY SMSA: 

Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area Maps 3 

Table 1 Major Retail Centers in the SMSA: 1967 5 

JERSEY CITY SMSA: 

Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area Maps 6 

Table 1 The Central Business District: 1967 and 1963 8 

2 The City: 1967 and 1963 9 

3 The Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area: 1967 and 1963 10 

4 CBD, City, SMSA-Percent Change and Percent Distribution: 1967 11 

5 CBD Sales as Percent of City Sales and of SMSA Sales: 1967 12 

6 Major Retail Centers in- the SMSA: 1967 13 

NEWARK SMSA: 

Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area Maps 14 

Table 1 The Qentral Business District: 1967 and 1963 16 

2 The City: 1967 and 1963 17 

3 The Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area: 1967 and 1963 18 

4 CBD, City, SMSA-Percent Change and Percent Distribution: 1967 19 

5 CBD Sales as Percent of City Sales and of SMSA Sales: 1967 20 

6 Major Retail Centers in the SMSA: 1967 21 

PATERSON-CLIFTON-PASSAIC SMSA: 

Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area Maps 24 

Table 1 The Central Business District: 1967 and 1963 26 

2 The City: 1967 and 1963 27 

3 The Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area: 1967 and 1963 28 

4 CBD, City, SMSA-Percent Change and Percent Distribution: 1967 29 

5 CBD Sales as Percent of City Sales and of SMSA Sales: 1967 30 

6 Major Retail Centers in the SMSA: 1967 31 



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CONTENTS— Continued 



TRENTON SMSA: 

Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area Maps 34 

Table 1 The Central Business District: 1967 and 1963 37 

2 The City: 1967 and 1963 38 

3 The Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area: 1967 and 1963 39 

4 CBD, City, SMSA-Percent Change and Percent Distribution: 1967 40 

5 CBD Sales as Percent of City Sales and of SMSA Sales: 1967 41 

G Major Retail Centers in the SMSA: 1967 42 

VINELAND-MILLVILLE-BRIDG ETON SMSA: 

Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area Maps 44 

Table 1 Major Retail Centers in the SMSA: 1967 .. 46 

Appendix General Explanation 47 



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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. 

City and Major Retail Centers 




(T) Major Retail Centers 



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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



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MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



ATLANTIC CITY SMSA-NEW JERSEY 31-5 



table l. Major Retail Centers in the SMSA: 1967 

ATLANTIC CITY SMSA - Coextensive with Atlantic County, NJ. 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



Standard 

metropolitan 

statistical 

area 


2 
351 


359 
135 


1 
145 


120 
151 


88 


343 
954 


116 


896 

730 



Major retail centers 
(see decriptions below) 



No. l 



No. 2 



No. 3 



54, 58, 591 



53 PT.56,57 



52, 55, 

59 EX. 591 



52 



5251 




52 EX. 


5251 


53 PART 


531 




533 




539 




54 




55 EX. 


554 


55 PT. 


(554) 


56 




562, 3, 8 


562 




OTHER 


56 



57 



5712 




OTHER 


571 


572, 


373 


58 




5812 




5813 




59 PT 


.(591) 


59 EX 


. 591 


592 




595 




597 




5992 





RETAIL STORES, TOTAL: 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 

CONVENIENCE GOODS STORES! 

NUMBER 

SALES SI, 000. 



SHOPPING GOODS STORES (GAF): 2 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 



ALL OTHER STORES: 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 



NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, ANO FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES. 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE OEALERS. . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL ANO ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, 
FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES. . . 
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHING STORES 

HOUSEHOLO APPLIANCE, RADIO, TV, MUSIC 
STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES. 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES, BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



2 359 

75 
22 

53 

77 

6 

27 

44 

401 

106 

218 

180 

97 
62 
83 



86 

20 
27 

39 

657 
409 
248 

62 

497 
79 
19 
46 
31 





243 


45 


213 




84 


11 


742 




90 


26 


207 




69 


7 


264 



243 

5 

2 
3 

16 

1 

5 

10 

22 

3 

5 

57 

32 
15 
25 



17 

2 
4 

11 

53 
31 
22 



56 
12 

1 
9 

2 



17 
19 120 



4 
(D) 



(D) 



5 
583 



21 
9 042 



7 
584 



5 
(D) 



9 

(D) 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. r Revised. 

'Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 Stores in the general merchandise, apparel, and furniture and appliance groups; these stores specialize in department store type of merchandise. 

'includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 59l) not covered in any of the lines below. 

MRC No. 1 Includes the establishments in the area bounded by Arctic Ave. , Virginia Ave. , Pacific Ave. and Arkansas Ave. (Atlantic City) 
Tract 9 

MRC No. 2 Includes the planned center known as "Sears Center" and establishments on Cardiff Circle =>nd U.S. 40 at intersection with Garden 
State Parkway. (Atlantic Co.) 

MRC No. 3 Includes the planned centers known as " Tilton Road Shopping Center" and establishments on Tilton Road from Township Line to 
Debora St. (Northfield) 



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MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



table l. The Central Business District: 1967 and 1963 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



1967 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Paid 
employees 
for week 
including 
March 12 
(number) 



1963 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



52 



5251 

52 EX. 5251 



53 PART 
531 
533 
539 



54 

55 EX. 554 

55 PT. (554) 



56 

562, 3, £ 

562 

OTHER 56 

561 

565 
566 

564, 7, S 



57 

5'12 

OIHER 571 
57?, 573 



58 

5812 

5813 



59 PT.('.9r 



59 EX. 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



5U 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 1 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 1 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 2 

MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS 

STORES 3 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 3 

SHOE STORES 3 

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES, N.E.C. 3 . . . 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND 
MUSIC STORES 



EATING ANO DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 4 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES AND BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



189 



20 
4 
1 



65 
29 
11 
36 

11 
3 

17 
3 



13 

1 

2 

10 



47 
33 

14 



28 
4 



49 587 



(D) 
(D) 



3 988 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



12 976 
(D) 
(D) 



13 669 

5 198 

2 451 
8 471 

3 328 
(D) 

3 064 
346 



4 587 
(D) 
(D) 

2 440 



5 118 

4 550 

568 



2 652 



3 670 
1 017 

1 464 
(D) 



6 982 



(D) 
(D) 



453 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



1 511 
(D) 
(D) 



1 886 
690 
299 

1 196 

510 
(D) 

404 
(0) 



660 
(D) 
(D) 

213 



1 360 

1 249 

111 



408 



410 
67 



180 
(D) 



1 764 



(D) 
(D) 



163 
(D) 
(D> 
(D) 



352 
(D) 
(D) 



448 

194 

92 

254 

96 
(D) 

87 
(D) 



89 
(D) 
(D) 

37 



459 

428 

31 



125 
26 



45 
(D) 



226 



29 

4 
4 



66 
32 

13 
34 

11 
1 

18 
4 



21 
1 

7 

13 



49 
34 
15 



36 

8 



43 232 



123 
45 
78 



4 OOO 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



11 445 

1 474 

181 



10 444 

4 300 

2 236 

6 144 

!D) 

(U) 

2 562 

(D) 



3 842 
(D) 
(D) 

2 220 



5 289 
4 655 

634 



2 043 



4 391 
1 276 

1 084 
159 



5 838 



(D) 
(D) 



478 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



1 109 
182 
(D) 



1 534 
623 
319 
911 

(D) 

(0) 
354 
(D) 



381 
(D) 
(D) 

241 



1 298 
1 207 

91 



322 



509 
148 



146 
27 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. r Revised. 

Excludes nonstop retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 
busine" tota l s for ^C Other 56 may include data for "nonemployer" establishments which could not be classified and tabulated by detailed kind of 

^In^lud" 3 Umlted > "employer" establishments. 

" t^se kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



JERSEY CITY SMSA-NEW JERSEY 31-9 



table 2 The City: 1967 and 1963 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



1967 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Paid 
employees 
for week 
including 
March 12 
(number) 



1963 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



52 



5251 

52 EX. 5251 



53 PART 
531 
533 
539 



54 

55 EX. 554 

55 PT. (554) 



56 

562, 3, 8 

562 

OTHER 56 

561 

565 
566 
564, 7, 9 



57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 



58 

5812 

5813 



59 PT. (591 ) 



59 EX. 591 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 1 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 1 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

OTHER APPAREL ANO ACCESSORY STORES 2 

MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS 

STORES 3 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 3 

SHOE STORES 3 

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES, N.E.C. 3 . . . 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND 
MUSIC STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES* 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES AND BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



2 296 



51 
27 

24 



621 

53 

ue 



233 

105 

48 

128 

37 
16 
41 
14 



118 
48 
32 

38 



636 
317 
319 



80 



324 
65 
10 
26 
27 



331 938 



4 816 
(0) 
(D) 



37 975 

(D) 

5 043 

(D) 



91 610 
33 735 

16 307 



32 299 

13 497 

6 747 

18 802 

5 959 

5 482 

5 592 

1 246 



17 556 

8 375 

3 468 

5 713 



34 561 
21 087 
13 474 



11 092 



51 987 

8 643 

284 

2 314 

1 078 



36 779 



649 
196 
453 



3 944 
(D) 
787 
(D) 



7 286 
3 005 

1 290 



4 352 

1 978 
941 

2 374 

803 
653 
792 
126 



2 663 

1 504 
499 

660 



6 833 
4 939 
1 894 



1 485 



5 272 

538 

31 

274 

136 



8 854 



142 

40 

102 



973 
(D) 
254 
(D) 



1 716 
426 
299 



1 106 
527 
269 
579 

157 

174 

203 

45 



500 
234 
134 

132 



2 253 

1 693 

560 



371 



068 

181 

8 

72 

57 



2 683 



64 
39 

25 



68 

1 

25 

42 



785 

72 

132 



311 

149 

66 

162 

42 
28 
48 

44 



148 
53 
46 

49 



645 
298 

347 



88 



370 

88 

5 

23 

29 



266 737 



5 331 
1 844 

3 487 

10 625 
(D) 

4 892 

(D) 



82 500 
21 003 
17 193 



31 735 

14 325 

6 767 

17 410 

5 001 

4 102 

4 953 

3 354 



14 828 
7 055 
2 917 

4 856 



32 892 
18 607 
14 285 



10 084 



40 546 

9 605 

319 

1 897 

1 052 



30 053 



697 
249 
448 



1 289 
(D) 
775 
(0) 



6 090 
1 957 
1 526 



4 235 

1 975 
963 

2 260 

686 
498 
707 
369 



1 906 

1 Oil 

415 

480 



6 515 
4 531 
1 984 



1 476 



4 362 

736 

47 

232 

145 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 

'Excludes nonstore retailers (I.e., mall order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

a 1967 totals for SIC Other 56 may Include data for "nonemployer" establishments which could not be classified and tabulated by detailed kind of 
business. 

3 1967 data limited to "employer" establishments. 

'includes data for those kinds of business In SIC 59 (except 591) not covered In any of the lines below. 



urn i. nimniuiir' ■""">" . 



3110 NEW JERSEY-JERSEY CITY SMSA 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



table 3 The Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area: 1967 and 1963 



JERSEY CITY SMSA — Coextensive with Hudson County, N.J. 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



1967 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Paid 
employees 
for week 
including 
March 12 
(number) 



1963 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



52 



5251 

52 EX. 5251 



53 PART 
531 
533 
539 



51 

55 EX. 554 

55 PT. (554) 



56 

562, 3, 8 

562 

OTHER 56 

561 

565 
566 
564, 7, 9 



57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 



58 

5812 
5813 



59 PT. (591 ) 



59 EX. 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



591 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 1 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 1 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 2 

MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS 

STORES 3 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 3 

SHOE STORES 3 

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES, N.E.C. 3 . . . 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND 
MUSIC STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 4 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES AND BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



5 941 



139 
67 
72 



164 

8 

50 

106 



1 530 
148 
363 



561 
264 
139 
297 

82 
35 
91 
34 



301 

121 

86 

94 



677 
795 
882 



187 



871 

188 

23 

84 

66 



788 859 



19 849 
(D) 
(D) 



92 952 

74 209 

11 712 

7 031 



227 375 
90 520 
45 935 



75 509 
31 315 
16 648 
44 194 

18 244 
8 900 

11 706 
3 950 



44 347 

20 118 

8 369 



15 860 



79 276 
48 848 
30 428 



23 385 



89 711 
21 037 

1 637 
5 903 

2 616 



85 681 



2 691 

441 

2 250 



10 209 

7 731 

1 869 

609 



17 980 
7 632 
3 653 



10 188 

4 172 

2 100 

6 016 

2 686 

1 178 

1 601 

551 



5 820 
3 175 
1 151 

1 494 



15 351 
11 298 

4 053 



3 028 



129 
324 
159 
746 
351 



21 495 



483 

99 

384 



2 796 

1 928 

699 

169 

4 585 

1 162 

909 



2 614 

1 210 

657 

1 404 

532 
300 
418 

154 



1 111 
523 
292 

296 



5 137 
3 882 
1 255 



809 



889 
394 
31 
173 
112 



6 523 



161 
79 
82 



160 

6 

52 

102 



1 796 
179 
369 



682 
317 
151 
365 

107 
67 

109 
82 



327 

132 

89 

106 



743 
744 
999 



206 



900 

235 

17 

59 

75 



690 303 



19 251 

4 834 

14 417 



64 414 

45 401 

10 829 

8 184 



200 592 
79 452 
40 970 



70 049 
29 754 
16 771 
40 295 

16 123 
7 766 

10 644 
5 762 



36 821 

17 477 

7 532 

11 812 



77 022 
43 032 
33 990 



21 019 



80 713 
22 507 

1 296 

4 431 

2 567 



74 425 



2 757 

613 

2 144 



7 077 

4 493 

1 765 

819 

14 945 
6 409 
3 487 



070 
898 
239 
172 

164 
947 
395 
666 



4 936 
2 805 
1 009 

1 122 



14 413 
9 941 
4 472 



2 836 



8 495 

1 555 

155 

612 

352 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 

•Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 1967 totals for SIC Other 56 may include data for "nonemployer" establishments which could not be classified and tabulated by detailed kind of 
business. 

3 1967 data limited to "employer" establishments. 

4 Includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



JERSEY CITY SMSA-NEW JERSEY 31-11 



table 4 CBD, City, SMSA -Percent Change and Percent Distribution: 1967 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



Percent change in sales 
1963 to 1967 



Central 

business 

district 



City 



Standard 

metropolitan 

statistical 

area 



Percent distribution of sales 



Central 

business 

district 



City 



Standard 

metropolitan 

statistical 

area 



52 



5251 




52 EX. 


5251 


53 PART 


531 




533 




539 




54 




55 EX. 


55<4 


55 PT. 


(554) 


56 




562, 3, 8 


562 




OTHER 


56 



57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 



58 

5812 

5813 



59 PT.(591) 



59 EX. 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



591 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 1 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES. 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS. . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, 
FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S REAOY-TO-WEAR STORES . . . 
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES, 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES. 

HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND 
MUSIC STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES. 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES, BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



14.7 



(D) 
(D) 

-100.0 



-0.3 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



13.4 
(0) 
(D) 

30.9 

20.9 

9.6 

37.9 



19.4 
(D) 

(D) 

9.9 



-3.2 

-2.3 

■10.4 



29.8 



■16.4 
-20.3 

35.0 
(D) 



24.4 



-9.7 
(0) 
(D) 



257.4 
(D) 
3.1 

-23.7 



11.0 
60.6 
-5.2 

1.8 

-5.8 

-0.3 

8.0 



18.4 
18.7 
18.9 

17.6 



5.1 
13.3 

-5.7 



10.0 



28.2 
-10. 
-11.0 

22.0 
2.5 



14.3 



3.1 
"(D) 
(D) 



44.3 

63.4 

8.1 

-14.1 



13.3 
13.9 
12.1 

7,8 

5.2 

-0.7 
9.7 



20.4 
15.1 
11.1 

34.3 



d.,9 

13.5 

■10.5 



11.3 



11.1 
-6.5 
26.3 
33.2 
1.9 



100.0 



(D) 
(D) 



8.0 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



26.2 
(D) 
(D) 

27.6 

10.5 

4.9 

17.1 



9.3 
(D) 
(0) 

4.9 



10.3 
9.2 
1.1 



5.3 



3.0 

(D) 



100.0 



1.5 
(D) 
(D) 



11.4 
ID) 
1.5 
(D) 



27.6 
10.2 

4.9 

9.7 

4.0 
2.0 
5.7 



5.3 
2.5 
1.0 

1.8 



10.4 
6.3 
4.1 



3.3 



15.7 
2.6 
0.1 
0.7 
0.3 



100.0 



2.5 
(D) 
(D) 



11.8 
9.4 
1.5 
0.9 



28.8 

11.5 

5.8 

9.6 

4.0 
2.1 
5.6 



5.6 
2.5 
1.1 

2.0 



10.0 
6.2 
3.8 



3.0 



11.4 
2.7 
0.2 
0.7 
0.3 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 

Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 
2 Includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 



mmm 



______ mmm _ 



3112 NEW JERSEY-JERSEY CITY SMSA 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



table 5. CBD Sales as Percent of City and SMSA Sales: 1967 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



Central business district sales as- 



Percent of city sales 



Percent of standard metropolitan 
statistical area sales 



52 

5251 

52 EX. 5251 



53 PART 
531 
533 
539 



54 

55 EX. 554 

55 PT. (554) 



56 

562, 3, 8 

562 

OTHER 56 

561 

565 

566 

564, 7, 9 



57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 



58 

5812 

5813 



59 PT. (591) 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 1 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 1 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES. 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS. . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, FURRIERS. . . 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 2 

MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 3 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 3 

SHOE STORES 3 

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES, N.E.C. 3 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND MUSIC STORES. 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES. 



59 EX. 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



591 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 4 . , 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES AND 8ICYCLE SHOPS 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



14.9 



(D) 
(D) 



10.5 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



14.2 
(D) 
(D) 



42.3 
38.5 
36.3 
45.1 
55.8 
(D) 
54.8 
27.8 



26.1 
(0) 
(D) 

42.7 



14.8 

21.6 

4.2 



23.9 



7.1 
11.8 



63.3 
(D) 



6.3 



(D) 
(D) 



4.3 
(D) 
(D) 
(D) 



5.7 
(D) 
(D) 



18.1 
16.6 
14.7 
19.2 
18.2 

ID) 
26.2 

8.8 



10.3 
<D> 
(0) 

15.4 

6.5 
9.3 
1.9 



11.3 



4.1 
4.8 



24.8 
(D) 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 

Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 1967 totals for SIC Other 56 may include data for "nonemployer" establishments which could not be classified and tabulated by detailed kind of 
business. 

3 1967 data limited to "employer" establishments. 

*Includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



JERSEY CITY SMSA-NEW JERSEY 31-13 



table 6. Major Retail Centers in the SMSA: 1967 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



Standard metropolitan 
statistical area 



Central business 
district 



Major retail centers 
(see descriptions below) 



No. 1 



54, 58, 591 



53 PT.56,57 



52, 55, 
59 EX. 591 



52 

5251 

52 EX. 5251 

53 PART 
531 

533 
539 

54 

55 EX. 554 

55 PT. (554) 

56 

562, 3, 8 

562 

OTHER 56 

57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 

58 

5812 

5813 

59 PT.(591) 

59 EX. 591 
592 

595 
597 
5992 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL: 1 

NUMBER 

SALES SI, OOO. 

CONVENIENCE GOODS STORES: 

NUMBER 

SALES SI, 000. 

SHOPPING GOODS STORES (GAF): 2 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 



ALL OTHER STORES: 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 



NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL' 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIPMENT 

DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES. 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS. . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, FURRIERS. 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHING STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TV, MUSIC STORES. . 



EATING ANO DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES. 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES, BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



5 941 
788 859 



3 394 
330 036 



1 026 
212 808 



1 521 
246 015 



5 941 



139 
67 
72 

164 

8 

50 

106 

1 530 

148 

363 

561 
264 
139 
297 



301 
121 

8c. 
94 

1 677 
795 
882 

187 

871 

188 

23 

84 
66 



49 


189 
587 


20 


73 

746 


22 


82 

244 


6 


34 
597 



189 



4 
1 
1 
2 

20 



65 
29 
11 
36 



13 
1 

2 
10 

47 
33 

14 



28 
4 



34 


147 
034 


3 


39 
424 


23 


83 
331 


2 


25 
279 



147 

1 

1 

16 
2 
5 
9 

11 



43 
20 
12 
23 

24 

10 

8 

6 

24 
20 

4 



22 

4 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 

'Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct sell?ng, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

'Stores in the general merchandise, apparel, and furniture jid appliance groups; these stores specialize in department store type of merchandise. 

'includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 59l) not covered in any of the lines below. 

MRC No. 1 Includes establishments on Bergenline Ave. from 32nd St. to 43rd St. ; on 32nd St. from New York Ave. to Hudson Blvd; from Sip St. 
to 32nd St. (Union city) (Hudson County) 



NEWARK, NJ. 

Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area 
and Central Business District 




5 10 MILES 

I" II I I I I I I 



Comprising Census Tracts 80, 81, and 85 



1000 2000 FEET 
lllllllllll I 



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



31-14 



JLiWHT tf> 



NEWARK, NJ. 

City and Major Retail Centers 



ESSEX CO. 




MORRIS CO. 



UNION CO 



No. 4 Unassigned 
No. 6 Unassigned 



■e 



# Central Business District 
© Major Retail Centers 



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



2 4 6 MILES 
Imm.mmI I I 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



31-15 



^^j,^ ^ni^j 



31-16 NEW JERSEY-NEWARK SMSA 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



table i. The Central Business District: 1967 and 1963 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



1967 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Paid 
employees 
for week 
including 
March 12 
(number) 



1963 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



52 



5251 

52 EX. 5251 



53 PART 
531 
533 
539 



54 

55 EX. 551 

55 PT. (554) 



56 

562, 3, 8 

562 

OTHER 56 

561 

565 
566 
564, 7, 9 



57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 



58 

5812 

5813 



59 PT. (591 ) 



59 EX. 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



59; 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 1 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS. 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 1 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES* 

MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS 

STORES 3 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 3 

SHOE STORES 3 

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES, N.E.C. 3 . . . 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND 
MUSIC STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 4 

LIQUOR STORES ,. 

SPORTING GOODS STORES AND BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



697 



137 
46 
26 
91 

42 
5 

36 
4 



242 

159 

83 



15 



154 
13 

39 

5 



243 158 



401 
(D) 
(D) 



109 474 

(D) 

(D) 

1 828 



15 213 

13 270 

2 047 



45 965 
12 444 
11 318 
33 521 

14 454 

CO) 

7 918 

(D) 



11 718 

4 730 

3 612 

3 376 



23 355 

19 105 

4 250 



4 797 



15 918 
1 497 

6 061 
692 



47 762 



183 
(D) 
(D) 



26 310 
(0) 
(D) 
275 



1 580 

1 130 

173 



119 
679 
500 
440 

711 

(D) 
160 

(D) 



2 106 
955 
554 

597 



6 068 

5 144 

924 



720 



2 373 
105 

1 021 
132 



11 357 



25 
(D) 
(D) 



5 897 

(0) 

(D) 

86 



368 

118 
52 



1 777 
433 
377 

1 344 

453 
(D) 

271 
(D) 



402 
164 
121 

117 



2 025 

1 799 

226 



156 



537 
31 



211 
34 



875 



12 
8 
4 



25 
5 
4 

16 



87 
10 

22 



174 
50 
25 

124 

60 

5 
49 
10 



60 
21 
15 

24 



270 

174 

96 



15 



200 

18 

1 

39 

5 



266 804 



1 823 

534 

1 289 



122 523 

(bji 

(D) 
1 433 



14 127 

21 511 

1 829 



44 519 
20 715 
18 392 
23 804 

14 055 

313 

8 999 

437 



15 104 

5 896 

3 620 

5 588 



23 252 

17 337 

5 915 



4 425 



17 691 

1 756 

(D) 

6 027 

337 



48 229 



265 
121 
144 



26 448 
<D) 
(D) 
137 



1 322 

1 618 
147 



7 048 
3 267 

2 875 

3 781 

2 474 
30 

1 206 
71 



2 472 

1 021 

583 

868 



5 928 
4 784 
1 144 



753 



228 
141 
(D) 
771 
77 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 

1 Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 1967 totals for SIC Other 56 may include data for "nonemployer" establishments which could not be classified and tabulated by detailed kind of 
business. 

3 1967 data limited to "employer" establishments, 

^Includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 59l) not covered in any of the lines below. 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



NEWARK SMSA-NEW JERSEY 31-17 



table 2 The City: 1967 and 1963 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



1967 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Paid 
employees 
for week 
including 
March 12 
(number) 



1963 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



1,1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



52 



5251 




52 EX. 


5251 


53 PART 


531 




533 




539 




54 




55 EX. 


554 


55 PT. 


(554) 


56 




562, 3 


, 8 


562 




OTHER 


56 


561 




565 




566 




56a, 7 


, 9 



57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 



58 

5812 

5813 



59 PT. (591 ) 



59 EX. 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



591 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 1 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, ANO FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 1 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES* 

MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS 

STORES 3 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 3 

SHOE STORES 3 

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES, N.E.C. 3 . . . 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND 
MUSIC STORES 



EATING AND ORINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). 



DRUG STORES ANO PROPRIETARY STORES 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES* 

LIQUOR STORES ,. 

SPORTING GOODS STORES AND BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



3 749 



84 
51 
33 



84 

6 

21 

57 



817 

72 

213 



329 

122 

68 

207 

68 
25 
65 
16 



195 
88 

45 

62 



200 
660 
540 



112 



643 

147 

5 

75 

44 



629 278 



9 996 
3 714 
6 282 



127 709 

110 013 

12 162 

5 534 



131 235 
73 083 
24 671 



62 342 
17 591 
14 775 
44 751 

17 054 

14 699 

(D) 

(D) 



35 348 

20 366 

5 493 

9 489 



79 592 
51 974 
27 618 



19 659 



65 643 
19 973 

(D) 
7 559 

(D) 



92 299 



1 340 
408 
932 



28 927 

25 828 

(D) 

(D) 



11 183 
6 508 
1 904 



248 
330 
947 
918 

103 
077 
(0) 
(D) 



5 813 

3 679 

834 

1 300 



16 640 
12 297 

4 343 



2 548 



8 188 
1 415 

(D) 
1 182 

(D) 



22 228 



264 
119 
145 

6 649 

5 594 

(D) 

(D) 

2 765 
959 
527 



2 393 
655 
537 

1 738 

534 
786 
(D) 
(D) 



091 
646 
198 

247 



5 275 
4 021 
1 254 



689 



1 616 
359 
(D) 
238 
(D) 



4 525 



129 
79 
50 



88 

6 

24 

58 



1 153 

89 

244 



455 

163 

90 

292 

97 
55 
85 
55 



243 

106 

77 

60 



1 297 
693 
604 



134 



693 

197 

9 

51 

51 



646 590 



12 596 
3 538 
9 058 



143 059 

124 532 

13 385 

5 142 



121 078 
73 698 
25 396 



66 550 
29 282 
24 907 
37 268 

17 074 
5 606 

11 827 
2 761 



38 417 

20 459 

7 937 

10 021 



80 069 
50 171 
29 898 



19 757 



65 970 

20 711 

250 

6 721 

1 935 



90 675 



1 565 

364 

1 201 



29 376 

27 466 

1 360 

550 



8 886 
6 248 
1 944 



726 
463 
898 
263 

810 
(0) 

547 
(D) 



6 063 
3 266 
1 361 

1 436 



16 284 

11 792 

4 492 



2 637 



7 946 

1 551 

(D) 

850 

361 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 

1 Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mall order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 1967 totals for SIC Other 56 may include data for "nonemployer" establishments which could not be classified and tabulated by detailed kind of 
business. 

3 1967 data limited to "employer" establishments. 

'includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 



31-18 NEW JERSEY-NEWARK SMSA 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



table 3. The Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area: 1967 and 1963 



NEWARK SMSA— Consists of Essex, Morris, and Union Counties, N.J. 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



1967 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Paid 
employees 
for week 
including 
March 12 
(number) 



1963 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



52 



5251 

52 EX. 5251 



53 PART 
531 
533 
539 



51 

55 EX. 554 

55 PT. (554) 



56 

562, 3, 8 

562 

OTHER 56 

561 

565 
566 
564, 7, 9 



57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 



58 

5812 

5813 



59 PT. (591 ) 



59 EX. 591 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 1 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 1 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES ... 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 2 

MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS 

STORES 3 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 3 

SHOE STORES 3 ... 

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES, N.E.C. 3 . . . 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND 
MUSIC STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 4 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES AND BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES . 

FLORISTS . 



14 826 



509 
221 
288 



436 

28 

122 

286 



2 794 

565 

1 382 



1 357 
610 
386 
747 

221 
75 

256 
75 



924 
289 
309 

326 



3 455 
2 132 
1 323 



499 



2 905 
492 
114 
242 
232 



2 950 674 



103 126 
25 170 
77 956 



390 915 

297 004 

55 207 

38 704 



750 413 
478 329 
176 626 



223 235 
93 307 
73 982 

129 928 

47 554 

30 940 

40 888 

6 977 



173 420 

78 552 

35 445 

59 423 



265 398 

195 094 

70 304 



91 967 



297 245 
83 447 

12 960 
26 502 

13 266 



357 584 



13 204 

2 920 

10 284 



62 533 

48 624 
9 295 
4 614 



63 590 
43 604 
12 849 



31 980 
13 062 
10 398 
18 918 



7 583 

4 268 

6 081 

986 



24 484 

11 737 

5 494 

7 253 



57 845 
46 717 
11 128 



13 093 



34 402 
6 195 

1 371 
3 905 

2 347 



87 143 



2 449 

743 

1 706 



16 236 

11 694 

3 326 

1 216 



15 318 

6 753 

3 482 

8 397 



805 
007 
592 

439 
496 
331 
326 



4 615 
2 084 
1 283 

1 248 



19 451 

16 052 

3 399 



3 405 



7 037' 

1 465 

260 

739 

609 



15 518 



648 
278 
370 



403 

24 

135 

244 



3 224 

607 

1 462 



1 558 
659 
370 
899 

277 
154 
305 
163 



989 
388 
299 

302 



3 421 
1 997 

1 424 



535 



2 671 
577 
119 
184 
227 



2 506 607 



96 194 
18 789 
77 405 



316 688 

236 164 

47 552 

32 972 



591 730 
450 921 
152 428 



200 812 
93 402 
70 971 

107 410 

41 326 

20 405 

36 260 

9 419 



146 662 

69 847 

32 241 

44 574 



225 073 

155 758 

69 315 



76 323 



249 776 

75 502 

7 808 

18 003 

10 215 



301 406 



12 344 

2 090 

10 254 



52 929 

41 732 

6 972 

4 225 



47 700 
38 861 
11 554 



28 340 

13 478 
10 426 

14 862 

6 225 
2 494 
4 995 
1 148 



21 654 

11 260 

5 004 

5 390 



47 767 
37 490 
10 277 



10 704 



29 553 

5 703 

859 

2 506 

1 877 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. r Revised. 

•Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 1967 totals for SIC Other 56 may include data for "nonemployer" establishments which could not be classified and tabulated by detailed kind of 
business. 

3 1967 data limited to "employer" establishments. 

4 Includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



NEWARK SMSA-NEW JERSEY 31-19 



table 4 CBD, City, SMSA-Percent Change and Percent Distribution: 1967 





Kind of business 


Percent change in sales 
1963 to 1967 


Percent distribution of 


sales 


SIC code 


Central 

business 

district 


City 


Standard 

metropolitan 

statistical 

area 


Central 

business 

district 


City 


Standard 

metropolitan 

statistical 

area 






- 8.9 

-23.1 

(D) 
ID)' 

-10.7 

-11.1 

(D) 

27.6 

7.7 

-38.3 

11.9 

3.2 

-3<5,<5 

-38. e 

40.8 

-22.4 

-19.8 

-0.2 

-39.6 

0.4 

10.2 

-28.1 

8.4 

-10.0 

-14.8 

(D) 

0.6 

105.3 


-2.7 

-20.6 

5.0 

-30.6 

-10.7 

-11.7 

-9.1 

7.6 

8.4 
-0.8 
-2.9 

-6.3 

-39.9 

-40.7 

20.1 

-8.0 

-0.5 

-30.8 

-5.3 

-0.6 
3.6 

-7.6 

-0.5 

-0.5 

-3.6 

(D) 

12.5 

(D) 


17.7 

7.2 

34.0 

0.7 

23.4 
25.8 
16.1 
17.4 

26.8 

6.1 
15.9 

11.2 

-0.1 

4.2 

21.0 

18.2 

12.5 

9.9 

33.3 

17.9 
25.3 

1.4 

20.5 

19.0 
10.5 
66.0 
47.2 
29.9 


100.0 

0.6 

(D) 
(D) 

45.0 
(0) 
(D) 
0.8 

6.3 
5.5 

0.8 

18.9 

5.1 

4.7 

13.8 

4.8 
1.9 
1.5 

1.4 

9.6 
7.9 
1.7 

2.0 

6.5 
0.6 

2.5 

0.3 


100.0 

1.6 
0.6 
1.0 

20.3 

17.5 

1.9 

0.9 

20.9 

11.6 

3.9 

9.9 

2.8 
2.3 

7.1 

5.6 
3.2 
0.9 

1.5 

J2.7 
8.3 
4.4 

3.1 

10.4 
3.2 

(D) 
1.2 
(D) 


100.0 


52 


BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 


3.5 


5251 




0.9 


52 EX. 5251 




2.6 


53 PART 
531 




13.2 
10.0 


533 




1.9 


539 

54 


MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES. . 


1.3 
25.4 


55 EX. 554 




16.2 


55 PT.(554) 




6.0 


56 




7.6 


562, 3, 8 


WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, 


3.2 


562 

OTHER 56 

57 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 


2.5 

4.4 

5.9 


5712 




2.7 


OTHER 571 




1.2 


572, 573 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND 


2.0 


58 




9.0 


5812 




6.6 


5813 

59 PT. (591 ) 

59 EX. 591 


DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) . . . 


2.4 

3.1 

10.1 


592 




2.8 


595 
597 


SPORTING GOODS STORES, BICYCLE SHOPS. . . . 


0.4 
0.9 


5992 


FLORISTS 


0.4 









Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. r Revised. 
'Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part oi SIC S3. 
2 Includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 



31-20 NEW JERSEY-NEWARK SMSA 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



table 5. CBD Sales as Percent of City and SMSA Sales: 1967 





Kind of business 


Central business district sales as- 


SIC code 


Percent of city sales 


Percent of standard metropolitan 
statistical area sales 






38.6 

14.0 

(D) 
(D) 

85.7 
(D) 
(D) 

33.0 

11.6 

18.2 

8.3 

73.7 

70.7 

76.6 

74.9 

84.8 

(D) 

(D) 

(D) 

33.2 
23.2 
65.8 
35.6 

29.3 
36.8 
15.4 

24.4 

24.2 
7.5 
(D) 

80.2 
(D) 


8.2 

1.4 

(D) 


52 
5251 


BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS. . . . 


52 EX. 5251 




(D) 


53 PART 




28.0 


531 




(D) 


533 




(D) 


539 




4.7 


54 




2.0 


55 EX. 554 




2.8 


55 PT.(554) 




1.2 


56 




20.6 


562, 3, 8 




13.3 


562 




15.3 


OTHER 56 




25.8 


561 
565 




30.4 
(D) 


566 

561, 7, 9 




19.4 
(D) 


57 
5712 




6.8 
6.0 


OTHER 571 


HOME FURNISHINGS STORES . 


10.2 


572, 573 
58 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND MUSIC STORES. . . 


5.7 
8.8 


5812 




9.8 


5813 


DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 


6.0 


59 PT.(591) 
59 EX. 591 




5.2 
5.4 


592 




1.8 


595 






597 




22.9 


5992 




5.2 









Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 
"Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 1967 totals for SIC Other 56 may include data for "nonemployer" establishments which could not be classified and tabulated by detailed kind of 
business. 

3 1967 data limited to "employer" establishments. 

4 Includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 59l) not covered in any of the lines below. 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



NEWARK SMSA-NEW JERSEY 31-21 



table 6. Major Retail Centers in the SMSA: 1967 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



Standard 

metropolitan 

statistical 

area 



Central business 
district 



Major retail centers 
(see descriptions below) 



No. 1 



No. 2 



54, 58, 591 



53 PT.56,57 



52, 55, 

59 EX. 591 



52 

5251 

52 EX. 5251 

53 PART 
531 

533 
539 

54 

55 EX. 554 

55 PT.(554) 

56 

562, 3, 8 

562 

OTHER 56 

57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 

58 

5812 

5813 

59 PT.(591) 

59 EX. 591 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL: 

NUMBER 

SALES Sl.OOO. 

CONVENIENCE GOODS STORES: 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 

SHOPPING GOODS STORES (GAF): 2 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 

ALL OTHER STORES: 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 



NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES. 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS. . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, 
FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES. . . 
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHING STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TV, MUSIC 
STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES. 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES, BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



14 826 
2 950 674 



6 748 
1 107 778 



2 717 
787 570 



5 361 
1 055 3^6 



14 826 

509 
221 
288 

436 

28 

122 

286 

2 794 

565 

1 382 

1 357 

610 
386 
747 



924 
289 
309 

326 



455 
132 



1 323 
499 

2 905 
492 
114 
242 
232 



697 


93 


243 158 


21 289 


310 


24 


43 365 


4 272 


204 


31 


167 157 


7 903 


183 


38 


32 636 


9 114 



697 

5 

2 
3 

24 
5 
3 

16 

53 

7 

17 

137 

46 
26 
91 



43 

14 
11 

18 

242 

159 

83 

15 

154 
13 

39 
5 



93 

1 
1 

3 

1 
1 
1 

5 

3 

2 

19 

13 

7 
6 



27 


97 
575 


9 


23 
532 


13 


43 
875 


4 


31 
168 



97 

3 
1 
2 

5 

1 
1 
3 

7 

1 

1 

25 

18 
16 

7 



13 
5 
3 



11 
11 



26 

3 
2 
2 
4 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 

'Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mall order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

'Stores in the general merchandise, apparel, and furniture and appliance groups; these stores specialize in department store type of merchandise. 

'includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 

MRC No. 1 Includes establishments on Main from N. Clinton to N. Harrison, on N. Harrison, Washington, and Lincoln from Main to William; 
on William from N. Clinton to Baldwin, and on Prospect from Main to No. 36A. (East Orange, Essex County) 

MRC No. 2 Includes establishments on Central Ave . from Eppirt St. to East Orange city limits (near Oakwood Ave . ) (East Orange , Essex Co. ) 



nmrifflnafflrsMrrriniTinnr 



31-22 NEW JERSEY-NEWARK SMSA 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



table 6. Major Retail Centers in the SMSA: 1967-Continued 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



Major retail centers-Continued (see descriptions below) 



No. 3 



No. 5 



No. 7 



No. 



54, 58, 591 



53 PT.56,57 



52, 55, 
59 EX. 591 



52 



5251 




52 EX. 


5251 


53 PART 


531 




533 




539 




54 




55 EX. 


554 


55 PT. 


(554) 


56 




562, 3, 8 


562 




OTHER 


56 



57 



5712 




OTHER 


571 


572, 


573 


58 




5812 




5813 




59 PT 


.(591 


59 EX 


. 591 


592 




595 




597 




5992 





RETAIL STORES, TOTAL: 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 



CONVENIENCE GOODS STORES: 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 



SHOPPING GOODS STORES (GAF): 2 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 



ALL OTHER STORES: 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 



NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 

DEPARTMENT STORES . . 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES. 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS. . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, 
FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES. . . 
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHING STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TV, MUSIC 
STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) . . 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES. 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 

LIQUOR STORES . : 

SPORTING GOODS STORES, BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



16 


90 

666 


4 


29 
530 


10 


39 
525 


1 


22 

611 



90 

2 
2 

11 

1 
3 
7 

8 

1 

2 

20 

9 

8 

11 



18 
1 



29 
20 914 


254 
51 080 


6 
3 803 


74 
7 066 


19 
14 002 


104 
31 771 


4 
3 109 


76 
12 243 



29 



1 

17 

13 
9 
4 

1 
1 



254 

6 
1 
5 

17 
2 

3 
12 

16 
4 
1 

63 

21 
15 
42 



24 
10 

3 

11 

55 
35 
20 



51 


195 
193 


9 


47 
001 


37 


100 
265 


4 


48 
927 



195 



1 
5 

11 

3 
3 
5 

20 

3 

3 

64 

24 
14 
40 



25 

8 

10 



22 

17 

5 



36 
4 

3 
11 

2 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. r Revised. 

Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 Stores in the general merchandise, apparel, and furniture and appliance groups; these stores specialize in department store type of merchandise. 

3 Includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 

MRC No. 3 Includes the planned center known as "Dover Shopping Center" and establishments in the area bounded by: Rockaway River, Essex, 
D.L. & W. R.R. (Dover city, Morris County) 

MRC No. 5 Includes establishments on Milburn Ave. from Myrtle Ave. to Holmes and Hamster Sts. (Essex County) 

MRC No. 7 Includes the establishments in the area bounded by: Prince, North Broad, Chestnut, Madison Ave., E. Scott PI., Bridgej Elizabeth 
River, Irvington Ave . (Elizabeth, Union Co.) 

MRC No. 8 Includes establishments in the area bounded by: Bank PI. extended, Bank PI. , both sides of E. Front to Richmond, north side of 
Watchung Ave . , C. R.R. of N.J. , Liberty, W. Front, Washington Ave . , and city limits (Green Brook) . (Plainfield city, Union 
C ounty ) 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



NEWARK SMSA-NEW JERSEY 31-23 



table 6. Major Retail Centers in the SMSA: 1967-Continued 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



Major retail centers-Continued (see descriptions below) 



No. 9 



No. 10 



No. 11 



No. 12 



54, 58, 591 



53 PT.56,57 



52, 55, 

59 EX. 591 



52 



5251 




52 EX. 


5251 


53 PART 


531 




533 




539 




54 




55 EX. 


554 


55 PT. 


(554) 


56 




562, 2 


, s 


562 




OTHER 


56 



57 



5712 




OTHER 


571 


572, 


373 


58 




5812 




5813 




59 PT 


.(591) 


59 EX 


. 591 


592 




595 




597 




5992 





RETAIL STORES, TOTAL: 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 

CONVENIENCE GOODS STORES: 

NUMBER 

SALES 51,000. 

SHOPPING GOODS STORES (GAF): 2 

NUMBER 

SALES SI, 000. 



ALL OTHER STORES: 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 



NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES. 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS. . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, 
FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES. . . 
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHING STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TV, MUSIC 
STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) . 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES. 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES, BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES . 

FLORISTS 



21 
29 597 



3 

(D) 



13 

26 449 



5 
(D) 



21 





154 


30 


234 




31 


3 


658 




59 


18 


699 




64 


7 


877 



154 

5 
3 

2 

10 

1 
2 

7 

12 
7 
1 

31 

15 

9 

16 



59 


987 




43 


11 


753 




61 


36 


627 




59 


11 


607 



163 

6 
3 
3 

8 
2 

2 

4 

17 
6 

2 
37 

16 

10 
21 



24 


34 
687 


1 


6 
034 


7 


12 
934 


15 


16 
719 



34 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. r Revised. 

'Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 Stores in the general merchandise, apparel, and furniture and appliance groups; these stores specialize in department store type of merchandise. 

'includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 

MRC No. 9 Includes the planned center known as "Short Hills Mall" in the area bounded by: River Rd. , east boundary of the shopping center; 
Canoe Brook Rd. , and Morris and Essex Tpk. (Essex County) 

MRC No. 10 Includes establishments on Bloomfield Ave. from Gates Ave. to Bell, on South Park and Park Sts. from Church to Portland PI. , 
on Midland Ave. from Bloomfield Ave. to Portland PI. , on Church St. and Glenridge Ave. from Trinity PI. to Willow and on 
S. Fullerton Ave. from Bloomfield Ave. to the Crescent. (Montclair, Essex County) 

MRC No. 11 Includes establishments on Washington- W. Park PI. --South St. from High to Headley Rd. ; on Speedwell Ave. from N. Park PI. 

to Henry; on Spring from Speedwell Ave. to Water; on Park PI. ; on Pine from South St. to Dumont PI. ; on Elm from South St. to 
Franklin; and on DeHart, Community PI. , and Madison from South St. to Maple Ave. (Morristown, Morris County) 

MRC No. 12 Includes the planned center known as "Union Plaza Shopping Center" and establishments on both sides of Route 22 and island in 
center of Route 22 from Madison Ave. W. to Springfield Road. (Union County) 



BaaBao^mraBB 



PATERSON-CLIFTON-PASSAIC, N.J. 

Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area 
and Central Business District 



PATERSON 



Comprising Census Tracts 
1816.01 and 1817.01 



20 MILES 




1000 

I''' '' 



2000 FEET 



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



31-24- 



PATERSON-CLIFTON-PASSAIC, N.J. 

Cities and Major Retail Centers 




Nos. 4 and 7 Unassigned 



• Central Business District 
© Major Retail Centers 



2 4 

1 '' ' I I I I I I I l_ 



6 MILES 



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



31-25 



BMC—I1I1IH .MM 



31-26 NEW JERSEY-PATERSON-CLIFTON-PASSAIC SMSA 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



table l. The Central Business District: 1967 and 1963 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



1967 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Paid 
employees 
for week 
including 
March 12 
(number) 



1963 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 

entire 

year 

($1,U00) 



52 



5251 

52 EX. 5251 



53 PART 
531 
533 
539 



54 

55 EX. 554 

55 PT. (554) 



56 

562, 3, 8 

562 

OTHER 56 

561 

565 
566 
564, 7, 9 



57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 



58 

5812 
5813 



59 PT. (591 ) 



59 EX. 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



591 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 1 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 1 ..... 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES ..... 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 2 

MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS 

STORES 3 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 3 

SHOE STORES 3 

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES, N.E.C. 3 . . . 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND 
MUSIC STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES), 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 4 

LIQUOR STORES , 

SPORTING GOODS STORES AND BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



378 



18 

2 

4 

12 



39 
3 
3 



91 
36 
20 
55 

24 

1 

20 

4 



47 
18 

16 

13 



88 
40 
48 



73 
10 

4 
15 

4 



68 46" 



831 
(D) 
(D) 



23 231 

(D) 

(D) 

4 920 



6 399 

(D) 
(D) 



16 954 

5 043 

3 953 

11 911 

(D) 

(D) 

3 719 

388 



7 740 
4 711 
1 424 

1 605 



5 033 
3 358 
1 675 



1 664 



5 858 
1 104 

608 
1 305 

184 



10 942 



111 
(D) 

(D) 



4 012 
(D) 
(D) 
526 



573 



(D) 



(D) 



646 
827 
660 
819 

(D) 
(D) 
644 
(D) 



417 
911 
315 

191 



246 
910 
336 



210 



653 
69 

72 

221 

35 



3 188 



24 
(D) 
(D) 



1 196 
(D) 
(O) 
108 



133 
(D) 
(D) 



641 
259 
213 
382 

(D) 
(D) 
135 
(O) 



318 

196 

80 

42 



635 

536 

99 



65 



497 



10 

5 
5 



20 
2 
4 

14 



66 

3 

10 



123 
55 
24 
68 

32 

4 
25 

7 



55 
19 
19 

17 



101 

43 
58 



156 


101 


12 


13 


19 


5 


45 


16 


5 


7 



75 423 



652 

444 
208 



23 927 
(D) 
(D) 

4 494 



8 033 
518 
750 



19 150 

6 653 

4 043 

12 497 



(D) 

(D) 
511 
(D) 



101 
893 
723 



2 485 



5 129 
3 279 
1 850 



1 550 



6 613 
1 205 

592 
1 272 

222 



1) 620 



6" 
31 
36 



4 117 
(D) 
(P) 

615 



739 
59 

47 



768 
960 
644 
808 

(0) 
(D) 
537 
(D) 



558 
926 
327 

305 



1 231 
886 
345 



279 



755 
62 
62 

209 
50 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 

•Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 1967 totals for SIC Other 56 may include data for "nonemployer" establishments which could not be classified and tabulated by detailed kind of 
business. 

3 1967 data limited to "employer" establishments. 

4 Includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any" of the lines below. 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



PATERSON-CLIFTON-PASSAIC SMSA-NEW JERSEY 31-27 



table 2. The City: 1967 and 1963 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



1967 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Paid 
employees 
for week 
including 
March 12 
(number) 



1963 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 

(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



52 



5251 

52 EX. 5251 



53 PART 
531 
533 
539 



54 

55 EX. 554 

55 PT. (554) 



56 

562, 3, 8 
562 

OTHER 56 
561 

565 
566 
564, 7, 9 



57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 



58 

5812 

5813 



59 PT. (591 ) 



59 EX. 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



591 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 1 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 1 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, FURRIERS 

WOMEN* S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 2 

MEN'S AND 80YS* CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS 

STORES 3 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 3 

SHOE STORES 3 

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES, N.E.C. 3 . . . 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND 
MUSIC STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES. . . .- 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES), 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 4 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES ANO BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



1 517 



44 
24 
20 



32 

2 

6 

24 



315 

65 

101 



149 
69 
44 
80 

26 

2 

25 

6 



94 
35 
26 

33 



399 
201 
198 



47 



270 
56 
11 
25 
23 



230 711 



5 556 
(D) 
(O) 



(O) 
(O) 

3 274 
5 572 



47 950 
47 505 
10 490 



21 019 
7 647 
6 175 

13 372 

5 472 
(D) 

4 272 
(D) 



17 380 

9 318 

2 864 

5 198 



18 185 

11 512 

6 673 



6 841 



21 
5 



495 
487 
816 
794 
730 



27 615 



774 
304 
470 



(D) 
(D) 
636 
599 



3 932 

4 705 

638 



3 044 

1 108 

903 

1 936 

847 
(D) 
711 
(D) 



2 739 
(D) 

601 



(D) 



3 142 

2 239 
903 



889 



2 315 
336 

72 
272 

82 



7 113 



1.23 
56 

67 

(O) 
(D) 
201 
126 



995 
619 
203 



782 
359 
299 
423 

158 
(D) 
160 

(D) 



546 
(D) 
147 



(D) 



321 
044 
277 



261 



1 706 



40 
23 
17 



27 
2 
6 

19 



434 

65 

119 



184 
80 
39 

104 

37 

24 

34 

9 



104 
36 
31 

37 



395 
172 
223 



49 



458 


289 


91 


58 


19 


11 


54 


26 


16 


20 



204 354 



5 608 

2 093 

3 515 



24 358 

(D) 

3 715 

(D) 



43 100 

39 079 

9 666 



469 
751 
987 



13 718 



791 
294 
799 

834 



16 152 

8 275 

3 370 

4 507 



18 078 

10 248 

7 830 



6 423 



20 421 

5 014 

704 

1 699 

587 



24 008 



636 
268 
368 



4 153 
(D) 
705 
(D) 



3 194 

3 394 

551 



2 939 

1 059 

746 

1 880 

643 
571 
559 
107 



2 597 

1 479 

609 

509 



3 504 
2 454 
1 050 



928 



2 112 
285 

66 
263 

89 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 

1 Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mall order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 1967 totals for SIC Other 56 may include data for "nonemployer" establishments which could not be classified and tabulated by detailed kind of 
business. 

3 1967 data limited to "employer" establishments. 

4 Includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 



mmmm ^ SmmSmSgm 



31-28 NEW JERSEY-PATERSON-CLIFTON-PASSAIC SMSA 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



table 3. The Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area: 1967 and 1963 



PATERSON-CLIFTON-PASSAIC SMSA — Consists of Bergen and Passaic Counties, N.J. 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



1967 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Paid 
employees 
for week 
including 
March 12 
(number) 



1963 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



52 



5251 

52 EX. 5251 



53 PART 
531 
533 
539 



54 

55 EX. 554 

55 PT. (554) 



56 

562, 3, 8 
562 

OTHER 56 
561 

565 
566 
564, 7, 9 



57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 



58 

5812 

5313 



59 PT.(591 ) 



59 EX. 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



591 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 1 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER. . 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 1 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 2 

MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS 

STORES 3 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 3 

SHOE STORES 3 

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES, N.E.C. 3 . . . 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND 
MUSIC STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES), 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 4 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES AND BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



10 915 



440 
184 
256 



323 
26 
91 

206 



2 032 

490 

1 105 



942 
455 
?-70 
487 

143 
26 

167 
53 



674 
207 
228 

239 



2 382 

1 469 

913 



374 



2 153 
354 
109 
168 
16.= 



2 286 438 



73 503 
17 190 
56 313 



398 937 

336 481 

31 091 

31 365 



593 035 
369 135 
146 684 



155 534 

64 291 

43 906 

91 243 

37 171 

16 554 

28 874 

6 012 



117 181 

49 593 

26 356 

41 232 



178 253 

138 689 

39 564 



61 611 



192 565 

51 739 

9 825 

12 519 

7 870 



261 372 



9 296 
(O) 
(D) 



49 035 

39 700 

5 111 

4 224 



50 980 
33 748 
10 657 



21 925 
9 071 
5 961 

12 854 

5 679 

2 049 

4 274 

852 



16 956 

7 950 

4 838 

4 168 



39 367 
33 224 

6 143 



8 873 



20 535 
3 611 
1 096 
1 734 
1 146 



64 326 



1 726 
ID) 
(D) 



13 673 

10 801 

1 849 

1 023 



12 622 
5 024 
2 859 



5 390 
2 623 

1 841 

2 767 

1 028 
459 
986 
294 



3 285 
1 301 
1 157 

827 



12 929 

11 101 

1 828 



2 387 



4 431 
920 
204 
374 
292 



LO 676 1 783 178 



478 
184 
294 



233 

17 

93 

123 



2 250 

487 

1 147 



981 
441 
229 
540 

165 
95 

191 
89 



654 
225 
205 

224 



2 312 

1 341 

971 



355 



779 
380 
101 
113 
155 



67 391 
14 165 
53 226 



252 002 

197 294 

29 024 

25 684 



460 937 
324 689 
120 098 



122' 484 

51 216 

33 814 

71 268 

29 178 

10 395 

23 457 

8 238 



89 261 
40 019 
22 137 

27 105 



146' 078 

106 004 

40 074 



49 897 



150 341 

43 421 

5 569 
8 795 

6 200 



194 405 



7 867 
1 686 
6 181 



29 820 

21 569 

4 792 

3 459 



37 618 

27 561 

8 741 

16 837 



312 
762 
525 

929 
248 
384 
964 



12 824 

6 313 

3 636 

2 875 



30 508 

24 803 

5 705 



7 149 



15 480 

2 861 

504 

1 204 

917 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 

•Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 1967 totals for SIC Other 56 may include data for "nonemployer" establishments which could not be classified and tabulated by detailed kind of 
business. 

3 1967 data limited to "employer" establishments. 

4 Includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 



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table 4 CBD r City, SMSA-Percent Change and Percent Distribution: 1967 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



Percent change in sales 
1963 to 1967 



Central 

business 

district 



City 



Standard 

metropolitan 

statistical 

area 



Percent distribution of sales 



Central 

business 

district 



City 



Standard 

metropolitan 

statistical 

area 



52 



5251 




52 EX. 


5251 


53 PART 


531 




533 




539 




54 




55 EX. 


554 


55 PT. 


(551) 


56 




562, : 


. e 


562 




OTHER 


56 



57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 



58 

5812 

5813 



59 PT. (591 ) 



59 EX. 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



591 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 1 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 1 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES. 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS. . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, 
FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES . . . 
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, ANO EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND 
MUSIC STORES 



EATING AND ORINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES ANO PROPRIETARY STORES. 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES, BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



-9.2 



27.4 

(D) 
(D) 



-2.9 
(D) 
(D) 
9.5 



■20.3 
(D) 
(D) 

■11.5 

-24.2 
-2.2 

-4.7 



-15.0 

-3.7 

-17.4 

-35.4 



-1.9 

2.4 

-9.5 



7.3 



-11.4 

-8.4 

2.7 

2.6 

-17.1 



12.9 



-0.9 
(D) 
(D) 



(0) 

8.7 

■11.9 

(0) 



11.3 
21.6 

8.5 

-2.1 

-1.3 
23.8 
-2.5 



7.6 

12.6 

•15.0 

15.3 



0.6 
12.3 
■14.8 



6.5 



5.3 
9.4 

15.9 
5.6 

24.4 



28.2 



9.1 

21.3 

5.8 



58.3 

70.5 

7.1 

22.1 



28.6 
13.7 
22.1 

27.0 

25.5 
29.8 
28.0 



31.3 
23.9 
19.0 

52.1 



22.0 
30.8 
-1.3 



23.5 



28.1 
19.1 
76.4 
42.3 
26.9 



100.0 



1.2 
(D) 
(D) 



33.9 
(D) 
(D) 
7.2 



9.3 
(D) 
(D) 

24.8 

7.4 

5.8 

17.4 



11.3 
6.9 
2.1 

1.7 



7.4 
4.9 
2.4 



2.4 



8.6 
1.6 
0.9 
1.9 
0.3 



100.0 



2.4 
(0) 
(D) 



(D) 

11.1 

1.4 

(D) 



20.8 

20.6 

4.5 

9.1 

3.3 

2.7 

5.8 



7.5 
4.0 
1.2 

2.3 



7.9 
5.0 
2.9 



3.0 



9.3 

2.4 
0.4 
0.8 
0.3 



100.0 



3.2 

0.7 
2.5 



17.5 

14.7 

1.4 

1.4 



25.9 

16.1 

6.4 

6.8 

2.8" 
1.9 

4.0 



5.2 
2.2 
1.2 

1.8 



7.8 
6.1 
1.7 



2.7 



8.4 
2.3 
0.4 
0.5 
0.3 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 

1 Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 
2 lncludes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 



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table 5. CBD Sales as Percent of City and SMSA Sales: 1967 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



Central business district sales as- 



Percent of city sales 



Percent of standard metropolitan 
statistical area sales 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 1 



52 

5251 

52 EX. 5251 



53 PART 
531 
533 
539 



51 

55 EX. 554 

55 PT. (554) 



56 

562, 3, 8 

562 

OTHER 56 

561 

565 

566 

564, 7, 9 



57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 



58 

5812 

5813 



59 PT. (591) 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS. 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER , . 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 1 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES. 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS. . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, FURRIERS. . . 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 2 

MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS STORES 3 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 3 

SHOE STORES 3 

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES, N.E.C. 3 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND MUSIC STORES. 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES. 



59 EX. 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



591 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 4 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES AND BICYCLE SHOPS 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



29.7 



15.0 
(D) 
(D) 



67.7 
(D) 
(D) 

88.3 



13.3 

(D) 
(D) 



80.7 

65.9 

64.0 

89.1 

(D) 

(D) 

87.1 

(D) 



44. 
50, 
49, 
30, 



27.7 
29.2 
25.1 



24.3 



27.3 
20.1 
74.5 
72.7 
25.2 



3.0 



1.1 

(D) 
(D) 



5.8 

(D) 

(D) 

15.7 



1.1 

(D) 
(D) 



10.9 
7.8 
9.0 

13.1 
(D) 
(D) 

12.9 
6.5 



2.8 
2.4 

4.2 



2.7 



3.0 
2.1 
6.2 
10.4 
2.3 



Standard 'Notes : - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 
'Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 1967 totals for SIC Other 56 may include data for "nonemployer" establishments which could not be classified and tabulated by detailed kind of 
business. 

3 1967 data limited to "employer" establishments. 

4 Includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



PATERSON-CLIFTON-PASSAIC SMSA-NEW JERSEY 31-31 



table 6 Major Retail Centers in the SMSA: 1967 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



Standard 

metropolitan 

statistical 

area 



Central business 
district 



Major retail centers 
(see descriptions below) 



No. 1 



No. 2 



54, 58, 591 



53 PT.56,57 



52, 55, 
59 EX. 591 



52 

5251 

52 EX. 5251 

53 PART 
531 

533 
539 

5*4 

55 EX. 554 

55 PT.(554) 

56 

562, 3, 8 

562 
OTHER 56 

57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 

58 

5812 

5813 

59 PT.(591) 

59 EX. 591 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL: 

NUMBER 

SALES tl.OOO. 

CONVENIENCE GOODS STORES: 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 

SHOPPING GOODS STORES (GAF): 2 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 

ALL OTHER STORES: 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 



NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES. 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS. . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, 
FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES. . . 
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, ANO EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHING STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE - , RADIO, TV, MUSIC 
STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) . 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES. 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES, BICYCLE SHOPS. . 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



10 915 
2 286 438 



4 788 
832 899 



1 939 

671 652 



4 188 
781 887 



10 915 

440 
184 
256 

323 

26 

91 

206 

2 032 

490 

1 105 

942 

455 
270 
487 



674 
207 
228 

239 

2 382 

1 469 
913 

37 4 

2 153 

354 
109 
168 
165 



68 


378 
464 


13 


134 
096 


47 


156 
925 


7 


88 

443 



378 

9 

7 
2 

18 
2 
4 

12 

39 

3 

3 

91 

36 
20 
55 



47 
18 
16 

13 

88 
40 
48 



73 

10 

4 

15 
4 





85 


71 


442 




17 


7 


116 




50 


60 


570 




18 


3 


756 



85 

2 
1 
1 

5 

2 
1 
2 

8 

1 

4 

31 

12 

5 

19 

13 
9 
2 

2 

9 
8 

1 



13 

3 



1 



41 


567 




13 


5 


624 




54 


25 


484 




22 


10 


459 



89 

2 

2 

8 
4 
2 
2 

6 

2 

4 

39 

18 
11 
21 



6 
5 

1 

1 
14 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. r Revised. 

1 Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

'Stores in the general merchandise, apparel, and furniture and appliance groups; these stores specialize in department store type of merchandise 

'includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 59l) not covered in any of the lines below. 

MRC No. 1 Includes the planned center known as "Bergen Mall" and establishments at the intersection of State Hwy. No. 4 and Spring Valley 
Ave. , extending on State Hwy. No. 4 from Farview Ave. to Forest Ave. (Paramus borough, Bergen Co. ) Tract-PA-32 

MRC No. 2 Includes the planned center known as "Garden State Shopping Center" and establishments on State Hwy. 17 from Century Rd. to 
Farview Ave. (Paramus borough, Bergen County) 



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table 6. Major Retail Centers in the SMSA: 1967-Continued 



SIC code 



54, 58, 591 



53 PT.56,57 



52, 55, 

59 EX. 591 



52 



5251 




52 EX. 


5251 


53 PART 


531 




533 




539 




54 




55 EX. 


554 


55 PT. 


(554) 


56 




562, 3, 8 


562 




OTHER 


56 



57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 



58 

5812 

5813 

59 PT.(59i: 

59 EX. 591 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



Kind of business 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL: 

NUMBER 

SALES SI, 000. 



CONVENIENCE GOODS STORES: 

NUMBER 

SALES SI, 000. 



SHOPPING GOODS STORES (GAF): 2 

NUMBER 

SALES SI, 000. 



ALL OTHER STORES: 

NUMBER 

SALES SI, 000. 



NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 



Major retail centers-Continued (see descriptions below) 



No. 3 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES. 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS. . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, 
FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES. . . 
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHING STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TV, MUSIC 
STORES 



EATING AND ORINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) . 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES. 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES, BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



8 


22 

085 


3 


8 
022 


3 


8 
657 


1 


6 
406 



22 



No. 5 



12 
28 841 


34 


20 
459 


5 
(D) 




5 
(D) 


3 

(D) 




8 
(D) 


4 
657 


1 


7 
459 



12 



No. 6 



20 

3 

3 

2 
2 

2 
2 
2 

1 



No. 





214 


71 


274 




56 


6 


360 




108 


52 


804 




50 


12 


110 



214 

4 

4 

12 
1 
5 
6 

13 

7 

4 

68 

31 
20 
37 



28 

10 

9 



37 
23 
14 



35 

1 
2 
8 

2 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. r Revised. 

'Excludes nonstore retailers i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 Stores in the general merchandise, apparel, and furniture and appliance groups; these stores specialize in department store type of merchandise. 

3 Includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 

MRC No. 3 Includes the planned center known as "Styertowne Shopping Center" in the area bounded by: Allwood Rd. , Erie R.R. , N. J. State 
Hwy. No. 3, Bloomfield Ave. (Clifton city, Passaic Co.) 

MRC No. 5 Includes establishments on U.S. Hwy. 46 from McBride Ave . to Browertown Rd. (Little Falls twp. , Passaic Co. ) 

MRC No. 6 Includes^establishments on U.S. Hwy. 46 from west property line of Two Guys from Harrison to Union Blvd. (Totowa borough, 
Passaic Co. ) 

MRC No. 8 Includes establishments in the area bounded by: State St. , Ward St. , rear property line of lots on north side of Main St. , Temple 
Ave. , rear property line of lots on south side of Hackensack Ave. and River St. , Anderson St. , River St. , Court St. , Main St. 
and Morris St. (Hackensack, Bergen Co.) 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



PATERSON-CLIFTON-PASSAIC SMSA-NEW JERSEY 31-33 



table 6 Major Retail Centers in the SMSA: 1967-continued 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



Major retail centers-Continued (see descriptions below) 



No. 9 



No. 10 



No. 11 



No. 12 



54, 58, 591 



53 PT.56,57 



52, 55, 

59 EX. 591 



52 



5251 




52 EX. 


5251 


53 PART 


531 




533 




539 




54 




55 EX. 


551 


55 PT. 


(534) 


56 




562, 3, 8 


562 




OTHER 


56 



57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 

58 

5812 

5813 

59 PT.(591) 

59 EX. 591 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL: 

NUMBER 

SALES SI, OOO. 

CONVENIENCE GOODS STORES! 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 

SHOPPING GOODS STORES (GAF): 2 

NUMBER 

SALES SI, 000. 

ALL OTHER STORES: 

NUMBER 

SALES SI, 000. 



NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES. 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS. . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, 
FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES. . . 
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHING STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TV, MUSIC 
STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES. 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES, BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 





84 


59 


684 




19 


20 


311 




33 


26 


462 




32 


12 


911 



84 

6 
2 
4 

3 
2 

1 

9 

6 

13 

12 

5 

5 

7 



18 

10 

5 



17 
8 548 



3 
(D) 



8 
6 136 



6 
(0) 



17 

1 

1 

4 
1 
1 
2 



18 
7 200 



8 
(D) 



5 
(D) 



5 
480 



18 

1 
1 

4 

1 
1 
2 



29 

14 016 



7 
(D) 



13 
7 139 



9 
(D) 



29 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. r Revised. 

'Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

'Stores in the general merchandise, apparel, and furniture and appliance groups; these stores specialize in department store type of merchandise. 

'includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 

MRC No. 9 Includes planned center known as "The Fashion Center" and establishments on both sides of Route 17 from Midland Ave. to Linwood 
Ave. , and both sides of East Ridgewood Ave. from Route 17 to Sandor Ct. (Paramus Boro, Bergen Co. ) 

MRC No. 10 Includes the planned center known as "Preakness Shopping Center" and establishments at the intersection of Paterson and Hamburg 
Turnpike and Alps Rd. (Wayne Township, Passaie Co.) 

MRC No. 11 Includes the planned center known as "Closter Plaza" and establishments on Ver Valen St. from Closter Dock Rd. to Piermont Rd 
(Closter) 



MRC No. 12 Includes the planned center known as "Elmwood Shopping" and establishments on Broadway from Blvd. to E. 54th. (East Paterson) 



TRENTON, NJ. 

Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area 

and Central Business District 

1967 




10 MILES 



Comprising Census Tract 9 



1000 2000 3000 FEET 

I Mill 



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



31-34 



TRENTON, NJ. 

Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area 
and Central Business District 

1963 



CENTRAL 

BUSINESS 

DISTRICT 



STANDARD METROPOLITAN 
STATISTICAL AREA 
& CENTRAL CITY 




Comprising Census Tracts 9 and 16-A 



1000 

I" 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 — 



2000 FEET 



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



TRENTON, NJ. 

City and Major Retail Centers 



MERCER CO 




# Central Business District 
(T) Major Retail Centers 



l 

1 ' ■ ' ' ' ' ' ■ ' I 



2 MILES 



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



31-36 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



TRENTON SMSA-NEW JERSEY 31-37 



table i. The Central Business District: 1967 and 1963 



SIC code 



52 



5251 

52 ex. 5251 



53 PART 
531 
533 
539 



51 

55 EX. 551 

55 PT. (554) 



56 

562, 3, 8 

562 

OTHER 56 

561 

565 

566 

564, 7, 9 



57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 



58 

5812 

5813 



59 PT. (591 ) 



59 EX. 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



591 



Kind of business 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 1 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 1 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 3 

MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS 

STORES 3 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 3 

SHOE STORES 3 

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES, N.E.C. 3 . . . 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND 
MUSIC STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 4 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES AND BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



1967 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



333 



13 
4 
3 

6 



34 
3 
6 



78 
33 
20 
45 

15 

5 
19 

4 



34 

10 

9 

15 



81 
48 
33 



68 

7 

2 

16 

2 



Sales 



($1,000) 



72 487 



587 
(D) 
(D) 



33 497 
(D) 
<D| 

859 



2 981 

1 342 

595 



15 307 

8 653 

7 166 

6 654 

3 197 
608 

2 369 
357 



697 
444 
507 



1 746 



4 931 
3 465 
1 466 



1 544 



7 006 

1 217 
<D) 

2 941 
(D) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



11 284 



81 
(D) 

(D) 



5 267 

(D) 
(D) 
144 



221 

187 

36 



2 242 

1 318 

1 139 

924 

513 

90 

285 

36 



894 

483 

72 

339 



1 151 
909 
242 



162 



1 043 
128 
(D) 
545 
(D) 



Paid 

employees 
for week 
including 
March 12 

(number) 



1963 



3 125 



14 
<L>> 
(0) 



1 352 

(D) 

(D) 

39 



77 
37 
12 



751 
532 
375 
219 

95 
38 
72 
14 



201 
95 

17 

89 



409 

326 

83 



50 



222 
40 

(D) 
92 

(D) 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



401 



16 
4 

4 
8 



41 
6 

7 



91 
37 
23 
54 

24 

2 

24 

4 



46 
19 
10 

17 



95 
62 
33 



83 

8 

2 

11 

2 



Sales 



($1,000) 



72 356 



161 
(D) 
(D) 



29 583 

26 101 

2 690 

792 



2 975 

1 353 

812 



15 977 

9 066 

8 262 

6 911 

(D) 

(D) 

2 286 

(D) 



7 798 

4 041 

962 

2 795 



4 370 
2 938 

1 432 



1 176 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



10 582 



107 
(D) 
(D) 



4 483 

3 820 

556 

107 



282 

162 

58 



438 
441 
327 
997 

(0) 
(0) 
299 
(D) 



979 
558 
130 

291 



917 
682 
235 



151 



7 


151 


1 005 


1 


156 


111 




(D) 


(D) 


2 


395 


425 




(0) 


(0) 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 
"Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

3 1967 totals for SIC Other 56 may include data for "nonemployer" establishments which could not be classified and tabulated by detailed kind of 
business. 

3 1967 data limited to "employer" establishments. 

4 Includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 59l) not covered in any of the lines below. 



31-38 NEW JERSEY-TRENTON SMSA 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



table 2 The City: 1967 and 1963 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



19S7 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Paid 
employees 
for week 
including 
March 12 
(number) 



1963 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



52 



5251 

52 EX. 5251 



53 PART 
531 
533 
539 



54 

55 EX. 55a 

55 PT. (55a) 



56 

562, 3, £ 

562 

OTHER 56 

561 

565 
566 
56a, 7, S 



57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 



58 

5812 

5813 



59 PT. (591 ) 



59 EX. 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



591 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 1 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 1 . . 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 2 

MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS 

STORES 3 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 3 

SHOE STORES 3 

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES, N.E.C. 3 . . . 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES ... 

HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND 
MUSIC STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES), 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 4 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES AND BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS . 



1 380 



ao 

15 
25 



35 

6 

14 

15 



295 

37 

104 



143 
57 
39 
86 

22 

10 

31 

4 



79 
27 

21 

31 



355 
189 
166 



48 



244 
52 
12 
21 
22 



207 851 



306 
(D) 
(D) 



41 588 

35 644 

4 621 

1 323 



34 961 
24 053 
10 931 



21 436 

10 458 

8 433 

10 978 

5 070 

1 002 

4 039 

357 



10 695 

4 748 

1 583 

4 364 



20 531 

12 825 

7 706 



6 744 



31 606 
6 331 
1 053 
3 061 
1 060 



25 712 



695 

50 

645 



6 227 

5 206 

(0) 

(D) 



2 719 

2 309 

606 



3 093 
1 493 
1 244 
1 600 

894 

147 

523 

36 



1 699 
830 
194 

675 



3 794 

2 795 

999 



773 



3 797 
579 
106 
558 
189 



6 789 



115 
16 
99 



1 674 

1 356 

(0) 

(D) 



712 
330 
212 



938 
584 
416 
354 

155 
64 

121 
14 



356 

152 

47 

157 



1 350 
991 
359 



258 



844 

158 

18 

97 

46 



1 484 



59 
25 
34 



30 

7 

12 

11 



344 

35 

102 



165 
70 
51 
95 

30 

25 

34 

6 



96 
35 
27 

34 



360 
178 
182 



47 



222 

47 

6 

20 

20 



191 388 



7 836 
1 491 
6 345 



48 050 

(D) 

3 577 

(0) 

33 522 
15 515 

8 944 



20 431 

11 165 

10 024 

9 266 

4 458 

1 324 

2 964 
520 



13 895 

7 006 

2 153 

4 736 



15 758 
7 990 
7 768 



4 743 



20 577 
4 779 

494 
2 026 

656 



22 574 



898 
126 
772 



6 063 
(0) 
729 
(D) 



2 447 

1 534 

619 



2 955 
1 689 
1 525 
1 266 



636 

177 

401 

52 



1 737 
964 
227 

546 



2 655 
1 761 

894 



543 



2 817 

464 

49 

358 

150 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 

•Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 1967 totals for SIC Other 56 may include data for "nonemployer" establishments which could not be classified and tabulated by detailed kind of 
business. 

3 1967 data limited to "employer" establishments. 

'includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



TRENTON SMSA-NEW JERSEY 31-39 



table 3. The Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area: 1967 and 1963 



TRENTON SMSA, Coextensive with Mercer County, N.J. 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



1967 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



Paid 
employees 
for week 
including 
March 12 
(number) 



1963 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments 



(number) 



Sales 



($1,000) 



Payroll, 
entire 
year 

($1,000) 



52 



5251 

52 EX. 5251 



53 PART 
531 
533 
539 



54 

55 EX. 55U 

55 PT. (554) 



56 

562, 3, 8 

562 

OTHER 56 

561 

565 
566 
564, 7, 9 



57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 



58 

5812 

5813 



59 PT. (591 ) 



59 EX. 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



591 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 1 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 1 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 2 

MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS 

STORES 3 

FAMILY CLOTHING STORES 3 

SHOE STORES 3 

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES, N.E.C. 3 . . . 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND 
MUSIC STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 4 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES AND BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS ' . 



> 545 



104 
41 
63 



74 

9 

26 

39 



452 
115 
241 



216 
90 
61 

126 

33 

17 

43 
9 



159 
47 
51 

61 



608 
372 
236 



93 



483 
82 
28 
30 
42 



504 858 



17 217 
3 392 

13 825 



71 052 

56 605 

10 642 

3 805 



110 971 
84 553 
32 719 



32 725 
14 483 
11 603 
18 242 

7 385 
2 609 
6 372 
1 OOO 



29 406 

11 617 

4 889 



12 900 



45 322 
33 583 
11 739 



16 716 



64 177 

13 469 

2 065 

4 096 

2 076 



59 741 



2 420 

468 

1 952 



9 758 

7 420 

(D) 

(D) 



8 865 
8 217 
2 298 



4 663 
2 111 

1 780 

2 552 

1 258 

382 
805 
107 



023 

830 
785 



1 408 



9 515 

7 910 
1 605 



2 226 



7 756 

1 238 

182 

715 

308 



15 068 



421 

97 

324 



2 737 

1 986 

(D) 

(D) 



2 161 

1 220 

699 



1 324 
743 
550 
581 

207 

139 

192 

43 



805 
371 
127 

307 



3 386 
2 825 

561 



643 



672 
299 

31 
126 

85 



2 683 



122 
42 
80 



64 

9 

29 

26 



536 
102 
261 



243 

100 

72 

143 

46 
33 
53 
11 



164 
51 
52 

61 



641 
379 
262 



86 



464 
82 
26 
29 
45 



430 763 



21 817 

3 684 

18 133 



59 067 

48 168 

8 517 

2 382 



89 500 
71 863 
26 676 



28 880 
13 412 
11 609 
15 468 

6 618 
2 362 

4 949 
1 539 



26 282 
11 711 

4 801 

9 770 



38 659 
26 433 
12 226 



13 419 



54 600 

11 018 

1 368 

3 112 

1 579 



49 429 



2 699 

487 

2 212 



7 654 

5 794 

1 586 
274 

6 895 
6 485 

2 097 



095 
921 
696 

174 

987 
318 
663 
206 



3 404 

1 649 

669 

1 086 



7 840 
6 231 
1 609 



1 749 



6 511 

1 056 

94 

538 

263 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 

•Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 1967 totals for SIC Other 56 may include data for "nonemployer" establishments which could not be classified and tabulated by detailed kind of 
business. 

3 1967 data limited to "employer" establishments. 

'includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 



31-40 NEW JERSEY-TRENTON SMSA 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



table 4 CBD, City, SMSA-Percent Change and Percent Distribution: 1967 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



Percent change in sales 
1963 to 1967 



Central 

business 

district 



City 



Standard 

metropolitan 

statistical 

area 



Percent distribution of sales 



Central 

business 

district 



City 



Standard 

metropolitan 

statistical 

area 



52 



5251 




52 EX. 


5251 


53 PART 


531 




533 




539 




54 




55 EX. 


554 


55 PT. 


(554) 


56 




562, 2 


i 8 


562 




OTHER 


56 



57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 



58 

5812 

5813 



59 PT. (591) 



59 EX. 591 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 1 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 1 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES. 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS. . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, 
FURRIERS . 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES . . . 
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES. 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHINGS STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND 
MUSIC STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PIACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES. 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOOOS STORES, BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



0.2 



-49.4 

(D) 

-57.1 



13.2 
(0) 
(D) 
8.4 



0.2 

-0.8 

-26.7 

-4.2 

-4.6 
-13.3 
-3.7 



-39.8 
-39.5 
-47.3 

•37.5 



12.8 
17.9 

2.4 



31.3 



-2.0 
5.3 
(D) 

22.8 
<D> 



8.6 



-32.3 
(D) 
(0) 



-13.4 

(0) 

29.2 

(0) 



4.3 
55.0 
22.2 

4.9 

-6.3 

■15.9 

18.5 



-23.0 
-32.2 
-26.5 

-7.9 



30.3 
60.5 
-0.8 



42.2 



53.6 
32.5 

113.1 
51.1 
61.6 



17.2 



-21.1 

-7.9 

-23.8 



20.3 
17.5 
24.9 
59.7 



24.0 
17.6 
22.6 

8.0 
-0.1 
17.9 



11.9 

-0.8 

1.8 

32.0 



17.2 
27.0 
-4.0 



24.6 



17.5 
22.2 
50.9 
31.6 
31.5 



100.0 



0.8 
(D) 
(D) 



46.2 
(0) 
(D) 

1.2 



4.1 
1.9 
0.8 

21.1 

11.9 
9.9 
9.2 



6.5 
3.4 
0.7 

2.4 



6.8 
4.8 
2.0 



2.1 



9.7 
1.7 
(D) 
4.1 
(D) 



100.0 



2.6 

(D) 
(0) 



20.0 

17.2 

2.2 

0.6 



16.8 

11.6 

5.3 

AQ.3 

5.0 
4.1 
5.3 



5.1 
2.2 
0.8 

2.1 



9.9 
6.2 

3.7 



3.2 



15.2 
3.0 
0.5 
1.5 
0.5 



100.0 



3.4 
0.7 
2.7 



14.1 

11.2 

2.1 

0.8 



22.0 

16.7 

6.5 

6.5 

2.9 
2.3 

3.6 



5.8 
2.3 

1.0 

2.5 



9.0 
6.7 
2.3 



3.3 



12.7 
2.7 
0.4 
0.8 
0.4 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. r Revised. 

•Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 
2 Includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 59l) not covered in any of the lines below. 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



TRENTON SMSA-NEW JERSEY 31-41 



table 5 CBD Sales as Percent of City and SMSA Sales: 1967 





Kind of business 


Central business district sales as- 


SIC code 


Percent of city sales 


Percent of standard metropolitan 
statistical area sales 






34.9 

U.l 

(D) 
9.9 

80.5 
(D) 
(D) 

64.9 

8.5 
5.6 
5.4 

71.4 
82.7 
85.0 
60.6 
63.1 
60.7 
58.7 
100.0 

43.9 
51.5 
32.0 

40.0 

24.0 
27.0 
19.0 

22.9 

22.2 

19.2 

(D) 

96.1 

(D) 


14.4 


52 
5251 


BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS. . . . 


3.4 

(0) 


52 EX. 5251 




(D) 


53 PART 




47.1 


531 




(D) 


533 




(D) 


539 


MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 


22.6 


54 




2.7 


55 EX. 554 




1.6 


55 PT. (554) 




1.8 


56 




46.8 


562, 3, 8 




59.7 


562 




61.8 


OTHER 56 




36.5 


561 
565 




43.3 
23.3 


566 




37.2 


564, 7, 9 




35.7 


57 
5712 




16.0 
21 .0 


OTHER 571 




10.4 


572, 573 
58 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TELEVISION, AND MUSIC STORES. . . 


13.5 
10.9 


5812 




10.3 


5813 


DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 


12.5 


59 PT.(591) 




9.2 


59 EX. 591 




10.9 


592 




9.0 


595 




(D) 


597 




71 .8 


5992 




(D) 









Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 
1 Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 1967 totals for SIC Other 56 may include data for "nonemployer" establishments which could not be classified and tabulated by detailed kind of 
business. 

3 1967 data limited to "employer" establishments. 

4 Includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 59l) not covered in any of the lines below. 



31-42 NEW JERSEY-TRENTON SMSA 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



table 6 Major Retail Centers in the SMSA: 1967 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



Standard metropolitan 
statistical area 



Central business 
district 



Major retail centers 
(see descriptions below) 



No. 1 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL: 1 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 



54, 58, 591 



53 PT.56,57 



52, 55, 
59 EX. 591 



CONVENIENCE GOODS STORES: 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 



SHOPPING GOODS STORES (GAF): 2 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 



ALL OTHER STORES: 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 



NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 



52 

5251 

52 EX. 5251 

53 PART 
531 
533 
539 

54 

55 EX. 554 

55 PT. (554) 



56 

562, 3, 8 

562 

OTHER 56 

57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572, 573 

58 

5812 

5813 

59 PT.(591) 

59 EX. 591 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIPMENT 

DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER . 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES. 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS. . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, FURRIERS. 

W0MEN«S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 



FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHING STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TV, MUSIC STORES. . 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES. 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES, BICYCLE SHOPS. 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



2 
504 


545 
858 


1 
173 


153 
009 


133 


449 
183 


198 


943 
666 



2 545 

104 

41 
63 

74 

9 

26 

39 

452 

115 

241 

216 
90 
61 

126 



159 
47 
51 
61 

608 
372 
236 

93 

483 
82 
28 
30 
42 



72 


333 

487 


9 


123 

456 


53 


125 
501 


9 


85 

530 



333 

8 

2 
6 

13 
4 
3 
6 

34 

3 

6 

78 
33 

20 
45 



34 

10 

9 

15 

81 
48 
33 



68 

7 

2 

16 

2 



38 
18 710 



13 

9 777 



14 
7 557 



.. 



1 376 



38 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 

1 Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 Stores in the general merchandise, apparel, and furniture and appliance groups; these stores specialize in department store type of merchandise. 

3 Includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 



MRC No. 1 Includes the planned center known as "Princeton Shopping Center" on N. Harrison St. from Valley Rd. to Clearview Ave. (Princeton) 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



TRENTON SMSA-NEW JERSEY 31-43 



table 6. Major Retail Centers in the SMSA: 1967-continued 



SIC code 


Kind of business 


Major retail centers-Continued (see descript 


ons below) 


No. 2 


No. 3 


No. 4 




RETAIL STORES, TOTAL: 1 


16 
9 580 

3 

(D) 

10 
6 451 

3 

(D) 

16 

1 

1 

3 
1 
1 
1 

2 

6 
1 
1 

5 

1 

1 

1 

2 
1 


22 
7 486 

6 
(D) 

7 
4 523 

9 

(0) 

22 

1 

1 

2 
1 

1 

4 

3 

1 

4 
1 
1 
3 

1 
1 

1 

1 

1 

4 

1 


16 
18 224 

5 




SALES $1,000. . 


54, 58, 591 


CONVENIENCE GOODS STORES: 




SALES $1,000. . 


3 002 


53 PT.56,57 


SHOPPING GOODS STORES (GAF): 2 


7 


52, 55, 
59 EX. 591 


ALL OTHER STORES: 


14 633 
4 




SALES $1,000. . 


589 




NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS 
RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 1 


16 


52 


BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIPMENT 
DEALERS s . . 


2 


5251 






52 EX. 5251 


OTHER 


2 

3 
1 
1 
1 

2 


53 PART 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES* 


531 


DEPARTMENT STORES 


533 




539 

54 


FOOD STORES 


55 EX. 554 




55 PT. (554) 






56 


APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 


3 

1 

1 
2 

1 


562, 3, 8 
562 


WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, FURRIERS. . . 


OTHER 56 

57 
5712 


FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT STORES . 
FURNITURE STORES 


OTHER 571 


HOME FURNISHING STORES 




572, 573 
58 


HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TV, MUSIC STORES. . . 
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 


1 

2 
2 

1 

2 
1 


5812 




5813 

59 PT. (591 ) 


DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES 


59 EX. 591 




592 




595 
597 




5992 













Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. r Revised. 

'Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

"Stores in the general merchandise, apparel, and furniture . nd appliance groups; these stores specialize in department store type of merchandise. 

'includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 

MRC No. I Includes the planned center known as "Lawrence Shopping Center" on the south side of Brunswick Ave. (U.S. Hwy. 1) at Texas Ave. 
(Lawrence township, Mercer Co.) 

MRC No. 3 Includes the planned center known as "Independence Mall Shopping Center" and establishments on S. Broad St. from Lillian Ave. to 
Trebor Dr. (Trenton) 



MRC No. 4 Includes the planned center known as "Capital Plaza Shopping Center" at the intersection of Spruce Ave. and Princeton Ave. 



VINELANDMILLVILLE-BRIDGETON, N.J. 

Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area 



Vineland 




5 

1 i i i . I 



10 MILES 



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



31-44 



VINELAND-MILLVILLE-BRIDGETON, N.J. 

Cities and Major Retail Centers 



ATLANTIC CO 




(T) Major Retail Centers 



6 MILES 



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



31-45 



31-46 NEW JERSEY-VINELAND-MILLVILLE-BRIDGETON SMSA 



MAJOR RETAIL CENTERS 



table l. Major Retail Centers in the SMSA: 1967 



VINELAND-MILLVILLE-BRIDGETON SMSA— Coextensive with Cumberland County, N.J. 



SIC code 



Kind of business 



Standard metropolitan 
statistical area 



Major retail centers 
(see descriptions below) 



No. 1 



54, 58, 591 



53 PT.56,57 



52, 55, 
59 EX. 591 



52 

5251 

52 EX. 5251 

53 PART 
531 
533 
539 

51 

55 EX. 554 

55 PT. (554) 

56 

562, 3, 8 

562 

OTHER 56 

57 

5712 

OTHER 571 
572. 573 

58 

5812 

5813 

59 EX. (591) 

59 EX. 591 

592 

595 

597 

5992 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL: 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 



CONVENIENCE GOODS STORES: 

NUMBER 

SALES SI, 000. 



SHOPPING GOODS STORES (GAF): 2 

NUMBER 

SALES $1,000. 



ALL OTHER STORES: 

NUMBER 

SALES. $1,000. 



NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS 



RETAIL STORES, TOTAL 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND FARM EQUIP- 
MENT DEALERS 

HARDWARE STORES 

OTHER 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 

DEPARTMENT STORES 

VARIETY STORES 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 



FOOD STORES 

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS . . . . 
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

WOMEN'S CLOTHING, SPECIALTY STORES, FURRIERS 

WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES 

OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 

FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND EQUIPMENT 

STORES 

FURNITURE STORES 

HOME FURNISHING STORES 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE, RADIO, TV, MUSIC STORES 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 

EATING PLACES 

DRINKING PLACES (ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES). 



DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 

LIQUOR STORES 

SPORTING GOODS STORES, BICYCLE SHOPS 

JEWELRY STORES 

FLORISTS 



1 

198 


197 
687 


67 


448 
770 


52 


232 

448 


78 


517 

469 



1 197 

57 
15 
42 

44 

5 

13 

26 

233 

98 

126 

105 
50 
32 

55 



83 

30 
16 
37 

193 
127 

66 

22 

236 

28 
14 
20 
16 



49 

46 929 



16 
14 885 



15 
23 923 



8 121 



49 



Standard Notes: - Represents zero. D Withheld to avoid disclosure. NA Not available. Revised. 

'Excludes nonstore retailers (i.e., mail order, direct selling, merchandise vending machine operators) part of SIC 53. 

2 Stores in the general merchandise, apparel, and furniture and appliance groups; these stores specialize in department store type of merchandise. 

3 Includes data for those kinds of business in SIC 59 (except 591) not covered in any of the lines below. 

MRC No. 1 Includes the planned centers known as "Delsea Shopping Center" and "Vineland Shopping Plaza," and establishments on Landis from 
2nd St. to Orchard Dr. , and on DelseaDr. from the circle north to Almond Rd. (Vineland) 



Appendix 



GENERAL EXPLANATION 



CENSUS COVERAGE 

Method of Coverage— Effective with the 1967 Census of Business, a 
major shift in the method of compiling data was introduced. In the 
1954, 1958, and 1963 Censuses data for all "employer" establishments 
(those which had some paid employment during the census year) were 
obtained through a mail canvass. Information for "nonemployers" was 
obtained from Federal income tax records. 

In the 1967 Census of Business, retail firms were divided into two 
categories— the "mail universe" and the "nonmail" universe. The cover- 
age of each component and the method of obtaining census informa- 
tion for these two groups are described below. 

1. The "nonmail" universe— This group consists of firms which were 
not required to file a regular census return and includes the following 
categories: 

a. All "nonemployers"— Consists of all firms with no paid employ- 
ment during 1967. Sales information for these firms was obtained 
from 1967 Federal income tax records. Although made up of a large 
number of firms, the nonemployer segment accounts for only about 
5 percent of total retail sales. (See "Comparison of the 1963 Census 
yVith the 1967 Census," item 4, on the next page.) 

In the 1967 Census, data for all nonemployer establishments were 
compiled from tax records. In the 1963 Census, data were compiled 
from only one-half of the nonemployer tax returns and were mul- 
tiplied by 2 to establish census totals. 

The census included only those retail nonemployer firms which 
reported as a sales volume of $2,500 or more during 1967 or, having 
been in operation for less than the full year, reported sales which 
would have reached a total of $2,500 or more on an annual basis. 
This treatment is the same as in the 1963 Census. 

b. Selected "small employers"— "Employers" consist of all bus- 
iness firms in the active records of the Internal Revenue Service 
(IRS) which were subject to payment of Federal Insurance Contribu- 
tion Act (FICA) taxes. "Small employers" consist basically of all 
those single unit firms with payroll below a specified cutoff (except 
for a 10-percent sample of these which were included in the "mail" 
universe). The cutoff varied by kind of business and was designed, in 
most cases, to limit the "nonmail" group to establishments which 
would account for approximately 20 percent of total sales in each 
kind of business. The "number-of-employee" equivalent of the pay- 
roll cutoff generally was in the range of one to three employees. 

Data on sales, payroll, and employment for "under cutoff" em- 
ployer firms were obtained from the administrative records of the 
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Social Security Administra- 
tion (SSA). 

2. The "mail" universe— Information for firms in this group was ob- 
tained basically by means of a mail canvass. However, information on 
first quarter payroll and mid-March employment for single-unit em- 
ployers (section b below) was obtained from IRS and SSA records. The 
"mail" universe includes the following categories: 

a. Firms in the census precanvass— The census precanvass operation 
was basically designed to identify firms which operated units at more 
than one location. 

Firms which were included in the precanvass were drawn primarily 
from 1963 Census records of multiunit firms and large employers. 
Miscellaneous categories of organizations (e.g., cooperative associa- 
tions; State, county, and municipal liquor stores; and retail stores of 
utility companies) were also included in the precanvass. 



b. Firms not in the census precanvass— Other firms included in the 
"mail" universe consist of the following categories: 

(1) The 10 percent of "small employer" firms referred to in sec- 
tion 1-b above. 

(2) Other employers than those covered by section 1-b or 2-a 
above. 

Comparison of the 1963 Census with the 1967 Census-Except for the 

method of coverage described above, the 1963 and 1967 censuses were 
conducted under similar conditions and procedures. Strict compar- 
ability of the data for the two censuses is limited by the following 
factors: 

1. Classification— For both 1963 and 1967, nonemployer firms were 
classified on the basis of information supplied on the Federal income 
tax returns. However, the 1967 classifications for "nonemployer" firms 
were coded in less detail than in 1963. Therefore, 1967 data for the 
combination of "employer" and "nonemployer" establishments are 
presented in less kind-of-business detail than was the case in 1963. Data 
for employer establishments, however, are shown in full detail. 

For 1963, nonemployer firms were classified by IRS personnel with 
technical assistance of Census Bureau personnel. For 1967, classifica- 
tion of these firms was performed by personnel of the I RS through use 
of a coded listing of the kinds of business which were to be separately 
identified. While the technique of classification was substantially the 
same and was based on the firm's description of its principal business 
activity, greater use was made in 1967 of "basket"classifications(e.g., 
miscellaneous food stores). 

The 1967 Census classification for the small employer firms (see 
coverage of employers above) which were not mailed the Census report 
form was based on the following: 

a. If the firm had been in business in 1963, the kind-of-business 
classification which had been assigned in that census was used. 

b. If the firm was a "birth"since 1963, the SSA classification was 
used if it corresponded to a census classification. 

c. If an adequate kind-of-business classification could not be as- 
signed under the procedure outlined in a. and b. above, the firm was 
mailed a brief inquiry requesting information needed to assign such a 
classification. 

d. If these three procedures proved inadequate, the firm's descrip- 
tion of its principal business activity as entered on its IRS business 
tax return was used. 

The 1967 Census classification for establishments in the mail uni- 
verse (section 2 above) was assigned on the basis of answers to ques- 
tions on sales by merchandise lines and other special inquiries. 

In addition to differences in classification based on the method of 
enumeration, some changes were made in the 1967 Census in the indi- 
vidual kind-of-business classifications which are detailed in the "Kind- 
of-Business Classifications" section below. The kinds of business 
involving significant changes are building materials dealers, optical 
goods stores, and refreshment places. These changes importantly limit 
the comparability of the 1967 Census data for these kinds of business 
with those for the previous census. 

2. Areas-The physical area of a number of urban places for which 
data are shown in the 1967 Census is not the same as it was in the 1963 
Census because of annexations and other boundary changes which 
occurred since 1963. 

3. Active proprietors- In the 1963 Census, the number of active 
proprietors of unincorporated businesses was computed by crediting 
sole proprietorships with one proprietor and partnerships with two 



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proprietors for each establishment in business during the week of 
November 1 5. In this report, the count of active proprietors is based on 
crediting each sole proprietorship with one active proprietor and each 
partnership with two active proprietors for the following types of firms, 
including multiunit firms: 

a. All "employer" firms which had a first quarter 1967 payroll. 

b. All "nonemployer" firms in business the full year. 

c. Every second "nonemployer" firm not in business the full year. 

4. Coverage of nonemployers— Although a comparison of data for 
nonemployer firms from the 1963 and 1967 Censuses seems to indicate 
that there was an increase in the number of such firms and that they 
accounted for approximately as large a proportion of total retail sales 
volume in 1967 as in 1963, these conclusions are subject to the follow- 
ing limitations: 

The combination of (1) the census processing cutoff occurring before 
the completion of the flow of tax forms from which the census non- 
employer data were derived and (2) other processing omissions is esti- 
mated to have led to a loss of about 50,000 nonemployer firms, 
accounting for about one-half of 1 percent of retail sales volume in 
1963. This estimate, which is based on a study of a sample of tax forms 
made after the 1963 Census results were compiled, reflects a more 
substantial census omission than previously had been estimated. 
Because of a later processing date for the 1967 Census, omissions from 
this census are believed negligible. Both censuses probably omitted a 
small number of nonemployers (accounting for a negligible sales 
volume) because the tax form kind-of-business description was in- 
adequate to indicate they conducted an inscope kind of business. 

As noted in section 1-a under "Method of Coverage" above, only 
those retail nonempioyer establishments were included in the census 
which reported a sales volume of $2,500 or more during 1967 or, 
having been in operation for less than the full year, reported sales which 
would have reached a total of $2,500 or more on an annual basis. While 
these are the same rules used in the 1963 Census, a modification to 
reflect price changes probably would have resulted in the exclusion of 
several thousand additional marginal firms. 

5. Payroll— In 1963 the inclusion in payroll of gratuities received by 
employees from patrons was not requested. In 1967, both in the case of 
payroll reported to the Internal Revenue Service and payrolls reported 
to the Census Bureau, businesses were requested to include in payroll 
the amount of tips and gratuities which were reported to employers as 
received by employees from patrons. 



EXPLANATION OF TERMS 

Establishments— An establishment is a single physical location at which 
business is conducted. An establishment is not necessarily identical with 
the "company" or "enterprise" which may consist of one or more 
establishments. Census of Business figures represent a summary of 
reports for individual establishments rather than companies. For 
businesses which were mailed a census form, separate information was 
obtained for each location where business was conducted, including 
each location of multiunit organizations. Each report was tabulated in 
accordance with the physical location at which the business was con- 
ducted. 

Where two or more activities were carried on at a single location 
under a single ownership, all activities generally were grouped together 
as a single establishment, and the entire establishment was classified on 
the basis of its major activity, with all data for it included in that 
classification. However, in cases where distinct and separate economic 
activities (for which different industry classification codes were appro- 
priate) were conducted under the same ownership at a single location, 
and where conditions prescribed by the Standard Industrial Classifica- 
tion (SIC) Manual 1 for recognizing the existence of more than one 
establishment were met, separate establishment reports for each of the 
different activities were reported in the census. 

In the case of leased departments (separately owned businesses 
operated as departments of a retail business under another ownership 
such as a separately owned shoe department in a department store). 



1 Executive Office of the President, Bureau of the Budget, Standard 
Industrial Classification Manual, 1967. 



only a single establishment combining leased departments with the retail 
establishment in which they are located is recognized for 1967 Census 
purposes. 

Sales— Sales include merchandise sold and receipts from repairs and 
from other services to customers whether or not payment was received 
in 1967. Sales are net of deductions for refunds and allowances for 
merchandise returned by customers. Trade-in allowances are not 
deducted from total sales. Total sales exclude amounts other than those 
received from customers, such as income from investments, rental of 
real estate, etc. They include local and State sales taxes and Federal 
excise taxes collected by the store directly from customers and paid 
directly by the store to a local, State, or Federal tax agency. Gasoline, 
liquor, tobacco, and other excise taxes which are paid by the manufac- 
turer or wholesaler and passed along to the retailer are also included. 

Sales do not include retail sales made by manufacturers, wholesalers, 
service establishments, and other businesses whose primary activity is 
other than retail trade. They do, however, include receipts other than 
from the sale of merchandise at retail (e.g., service receipts, sales to 
industrial users, and sales to other retailers) by establishments primarily 
engaged in retail trade. 

Although the count of establishments in this report represents the 
number in business at the end of the year, the sales figures include sales 
of all establishments in business at any time during the year. Data for 
nonemployer establishments are included in the tables if they operated 
at an annual sales volume rate of $2,500 or more; however, data for 
part year nonemployers have not been projected to a full year's 
operation. 

Payroll, entire year-Payroll includes all forms of compensation such as 
salaries, wages, commissions, bonuses, vacation allowances, sick leave 
pay, and the value of payments in kind(such as free meals and lodgings) 
paid during the year to all employees. Tips and gratuities received by 
employees from patrons which are reported to employers are included. 
For corporations, it includes amounts paid to officers and executives; 
for unincorporated businesses, it does not include compensation of 
proprietors or of partners. Payroll is reported before deductions for 
Social Security, income tax, insurance dues, etc. This definition of pay- 
roll is the same as that used by the Internal Revenue Service for 
purposes of reporting on Form 941. 

Paid employees for the pay period including March 12, 1967-Paid 
employees consist of the number of employees, including salaried 
officers and executives of corporations, who were on the payroll in the 
pay period including March 12, 1967. Included are employees on paid 
sick leave, paid holidays, and paid vacations. Proprietors and partners of 
unincorporated businesses are not included. The definition of paid 
employees is the same as used in reporting on IRS Form 941. 



KIND-OF-BUSINESS CLASSIFICATIONS 

Retail trade, as defined in major groups 52 through 59 of the 1967 
edition of the SIC Manual, includes establishments primarily engaged in 
selling merchandise to customers for personal, household, or farm use. 
Some of the important characteristics of retail trade establishments are: 
(1) The establishment is engaged in activities to attract the general 
public to buy; (2) the establishment buys or receives merchandise as 
well as sells; (3) the establishment may process its products, but such 
processing is incidental or subordinate to selling; and (4) the establish- 
ment is considered "retail" by the trade. 

In this report, liquor stores operated by State and local governments, 
classified in SIC major groups 92 and 93, are also included. 

Excluded from retail trade are places of business operated by 
institutions and open only to members or personnel, such as school 
cafeterias, restaurants and bars operated by clubs, eating places 
operated by industrial and commercial enterprises for their own 
employees, establishments operated by agencies of the Federal Govern- 
ment on military posts, hospitals, etc. 

As noted in the introduction, this report does not include data for 
nonstore retailers (part of SIC major group 53). 

Establishments covered by the census were assigned a kind-of-business 
classification in accordance with the provisions of the 1967 edition of 
the SIC Manual. However, because in some instances a more detailed 
classification is required for census purposes than is available in the SIC 



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Manual, additional kinds of business have been identified within the 
SIC categories. 

It should be noted that kind-of-business classifications are not inter- 
changeable with commodity classifications. Most businesses sell a 
number of kinds of commodities. The kind-of-business code assigned 
generally reflects either the individual commodity or the commodity 
group which is the primary source of the establishment's receipts or 
some mixture of commodities which characterize the establishment's 
business. Thus, the classification of establishments by kind of business 
generally does not make it possible to determine either the number of 
establishments handling a particular commodity or the sales of that 
commodity. For example, the "food group" classification excludes 
stores selling some food if the sale of food is not the primary source of 
receipts; moreover, even though stores are classified as "food stores" 
some of their receipts may be derived from the sale of nonfood 
products. (Some indication of the extent to which various broad groups 
of commodities or lines of merchandise are characteristic of different 
kinds of business will be available in the Census of Business report, 
Merchandise Line Sales, Series BC67— MLS.) 

The basis for kind-of-business classification is described above in the 
sections under "Method of Coverage" and "Comparison of the 1963 
Census With the 1967 Census— Classification." Descriptions of those 
kinds of business for which data are provided follow. 



total sales; for establishments included in classifications other than 
department stores in 1963, sales of any one of these lines cannot 
exceed 75 percent of total sales; for all other establishments to qualify 
as department stores, sales of each of the lines listed above must be less 
than 80 percent of total sales. 

An establishment with total sales of $5 million or more is classified 
as a department store even if sales of one of the merchandise lines 
described above exceeds the maximum percent of total sales, provided 
that the combined sales of the other two groups is $500,000 or more. 
Relatively few stores are included in this classification as a result of this 
special rule and most of those which are would otherwise have been 
classified in the apparel group (SIC major group 56). 

Variety stores (SIC 533)— Establishments primarily selling a variety of 
merchandise in the low and popular price ranges such as stationery, 
apparel and accessories, housewares, toys, toilet articles, hardware, and 
confectionery. These establishments frequently are known as "5 and 10 
cent" stores and "5 cents to a dollar" stores, although merchandise is 
usually sold outside these price ranges. 

Classification of stores in this category is primarily based on self- 
designation by the store operators. In the 1963 Census of Business this 
industry was titled "limited price variety stores." 



BUILDING MATERIALS, HARDWARE, 
FARM EQUIPMENT DEALERS 
(SIC Major Group 52) 



AND 



This major group includes establishments primarily selling lumber, 
building materials, the basic lines of hardware, paint, wallpaper, glass, 
electrical supplies, roofing materials, and other equipment and supplies 
for all types of construction. Establishments primarily selling farm 
equipment are also included. Establishments in this group sell to con- 
tractors as well as to the general public. Establishments in this group 
which do not deal in lumber or millwork are classified as retail trade if 
sales to the general public equal 15 percent or more of total sales and 
sales to the general public and contractors combined equal 50 percent 
or more of total sales; otherwise they are classified as wholesale trade. 
Establishments which deal in lumber as well as other building 
materials, whose reported sales of lumber and millwork are 1 percent or 
more of their total sales and whose sales to the general public amounted 
to 1 percent or more of total sales, are classified as retail if their sales to 
the general public and to contractors combined equal 50 percent or 
more of total sales. In 1963, establishments dealing in lumber and other 
building materials were classified as "wholesale" if less than 15 percent 
of their total sales were to the general public. 

Hardware stores (SIC 5251)-Establishments primarily selling a number 
of basic hardware lines, such as tools, builders' hardware, paint, glass, 
housewares, household appliances, cutlery, and roofing materials. 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE GROUP STORES 
(SIC Major Group 53, Except "Nonstore Retailers" 



FOOD STORES 
(SIC Major Group 54) 

Establishments primarily selling food for home preparation and 
consumption. Establishments primarily selling prepared food and drinks 
for consumption on their own premises are classified as "Eating and 
Drinking Places" (SIC major group 58) and stores primarily engaged in 
selling packaged beers and liquors are classified separately as "Liquor 
stores" (SIC 592). 



AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS 
(SIC Major Group 55, Except 554) 

This group includes establishments which sell new and used auto- 
mobiles and new parts and accessories, aircraft and marine dealers, and 
mobile home dealers. Establishments dealing exclusively in used parts 
are classified in SIC 5933, "Secondhand stores," Automotive dis- 
tributors whose sales are primarily to dealers, and establishments 
primarily engaged in selling trucks and motorized industrial equipment 
are included in the Wholesale Trade portion of the Census of Business. 



GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 
(SIC 554) 

Establishments primarily selling gasoline and automotive lubricants. 
Usually these establishments also sell tires, batteries, and accessories, 
and perform minor repair work and services. Establishments called 
garages but deriving more than half of their receipts from sale of 
gasoline and oil are included. 



This group includes all establishments within SIC major group 53, 
"General Merchandise," except for "nonstore" establishments (SIC 
532,534, and 535), which for purposes of this publication are 
separately classified. (See "Nonstore Retailers" below.) This major 
group includes establishments which sell several lines of merchandise 
such as dry goods, apparel and accessories, furniture and home furnish- 
ings, small wares, hardware, and food. 



Department stores (SIC 531)-Establishments normally employing 25 
people or more, having sales of apparel and softgoods combined 
amounting to 20 percent or more of total sales, and engaged in 
selling each of the following lines of merchandise: 

1. Furniture, home furnishings, appliances, radio and TV sets. 

2. A general line of apparel for the family. 

3. Household linens and dry goods. 

For establishments classified as department stores in 1963, sales of 
any one of the above merchandise lines cannot exceed 85 percent of 



APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES 
(SIC Major Group 56) 

Establishments in this group are primarily engaged in selling clothing of 
all kinds and related articles for personal wear and adornment. Not 
included in this group are establishments which meet the criteria for 
department stores (SIC 531) or general merchandise stores (part of SIC 
539) even though most of their receipts are from the sale of apparel and 
apparel accessories. 

Women's clothing, specialty stores; furriers (SIC 562, 563, and 

568)— Comprises the following industries: 

Women's ready-to-wear stores (SIC 562)-Establishments primarily 
selling women's and girls' ready-to-wear apparel. Establishments are 
included in this category provided (1) their sales of all types of 
apparel (except as noted in the definition for general merchandise 
group stores) account for 80 percent or more of total sales, (2) sales 



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of all women's and girls' apparel are three or more times the sales of 
all men's and boys' apparel, and (3) sales of dresses, coats and suits, 
and furs are two or more times greater than sales of millinery, 
hosiery, underwear, blouses, handbags, and other apparel and 
accessories. 

Establishments primarily selling garments made to customer order 
are classified as "Custom tailors" (SIC 567). 



Women's accessory and specialty stores (SIC 563)-Establishments 
primarily selling a specialized line of women's and girls' apparel items 
tsuch as sportswear, beachwear, blouses, and hosiery) and women's 
accessories and specialties, such as millinery (ready to wear and 
custom made), foundation garments, lingerie, gloves, and handbags. 
Included in this industry are establishments which meet the defini- 
tion for women's ready-to-wear stores except that receipts from sales 
of dresses, coats, suits, and furs are not twice as much or more than 
sales of other women's and girls' apparel. Establishments which sell 
men's and boys' apparel in combination with women's and girls' 
apparel may be classified as "Family clothing stores" (SIC 565) 
under conditions specified in the definition for that kind of business. 

Furriers and fur shops (SIC 568)-Establishments primarily selling 
furs and fur garments. Establishments primarily engaged in selling fur 
garments made on their own premises to individual order are also 
included. 

Men's and boys' clothing and furnishings stores (SIC 561)- 

Establishments primarily selling men's and boys' ready-to-wear clothing 
artd furnishings. Establishments are included in this category provided 
(1) their sales of all types of apparel (except as noted in the definition 
for general merchandise group stores) account for 50 percent or more 
of total sales, and (2) receipts from sales of all men's and boys' apparel 
are three or more times the receipts from sales of all women's and girls' 
apparel. Establishments primarily selling garments made to customer 
order are classified as "Custom tailers" (SIC 567). 

Family clothing stores (SIC 565)-Establishments primarily selling 
clothing, furnishings, and accessories for men, women, and children, 
without specializing in any one line. Establishments are included in this 
category provided (1) their sales of all types of apparel (except as noted 
in the definition for general merchandise group stores) account for 80 
percent or more of their total sales, (2) sales of all women's and girls' 
apparel items are not more than three times the sales of all men's and 
boys' items, and (3) the sales of all men's and boys' apparel items are 
not more than three times the sales of all women's and girls' apparel 
items. 

Shoe stores (SIC 566)-Establishments primarily selling any one line or 
a combination of the lines of men's, women's, and children's footwear. 

Apparel and accessory stores, n.e.c. (SIC 564, 567, and 569)— 

Comprises the following industries: 

Children's and infants' wear stores (SIC 564)— Establishments 
primarily selling children's and infants' clothing, furnishings, and 
accessories. 

Custom tailors (SIC 567)— Establishments primarily selling men's and 
women's outer garments such as suits, overcoats, uniforms, dresses, 
etc., made on their own premises to customer order. Establishments 
primarily selling furs and fur apparel are classified as "Furriers and 
fur shops" (SIC 568). 

Miscellaneous apparel and accessory stores (SIC 569)— Establish- 
ments primarily selling specialized lines of apparel and accessories 
not elsewhere classified. 



FUNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND 
EQUIPMENT STORES 
(SIC Major Group 57) 

Establishments primarily selling merchandise used in furnishing the 
home, such as furniture, floor coverings, draperies, glass and chinaware, 



domestic stoves, refrigerators, and other household electrical and gas 
appliances, including radio and TV sets. Also included are musical 
instrument stores and music and record shops. 

Furniture stores (SIC 5712)— Establishments primarily selling house- 
hold furniture, mattresses, springs, and other sleep equipment. 
(Establishments selling household appliances, record players, and radio 
and TV sets, are also included if receipts from sales of furniture and 
sleep equipment exceed those from sales of the other commodity lines 
named.) 

Home furnishings stores (SIC 571, except 5712)— Establishments 
primarily selling floor coverings; curtains, draperies, and upholstery 
materials; china, glassware, and metalware; lamps and lampshades; 
blinds and window shades; picture frames and mirrors; etc. 

Household appliance, radio-TV, music stores (SIC 572 and 573) — 
Comprises the following industries: 



Household appliance stores (SIC 572)— Establishments primarily 
selling electric and gas household appliances such as washers, dryers, 
refrigerators, stoves, freezers, vacuum cleaners, electric irons, 
percolators, hot plates, dehumidifiers, self-contained room air con- 
ditioners, and other household appliances. Some public utility 
companies operate establishments primarily engaged in the sale of 
electric and gas appliances for household use. Such establishments 
are also included in this classification. Also included are establish- 
ments selling furniture, sleep equipment, phonographs, radio and TV 
sets, provided the receipts from the sales of household appliances 
exceed those of other merchandise. 

Radio and television stores (SIC 5732)— Establishments primarily 
selling radios, television sets, record players, tape recorders, and 
other sound reproducing equipment. Installation may be performed 
incidental to the sale of these items. 

Establishments which also sell furniture, sleep equipment, and 
household appliances are included provided the receipts from sales or 
radios, television sets, phonographs, and tape recorders exceed those 
of other merchandise. Radio and television repair shops are classified 
in SIC 7622 and are included in the Selected Services portion of the 
Census of Business. 

Record shops (part of SIC 5733)-Establishments primarily selling 
phonograph records and albums. Related merchandise is also 
frequently sold in these stores. 

Musical instrument stores (part of SIC 5733)— Establishments pri- 
marily selling musical instruments such as organs, pianos, horns, 
stringed instruments, and percussion instruments. Other musical 
supplies may also be sold in these stores. 



EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 
(SIC Major Group 58) 

This major group includes establishments primarily selling prepared 
foods and drinks for consumption on or near the premises; and lunch 
counters and refreshment stands selling prepared foods and drinks for 
immediate or "take-home" consumption. Also included are caterers 
who sell prepared foods which are served elsewhere than at their place 
of business and in-plant food contractors. Eating and drinking places 
operated as leased concessions in theaters, hotels, motels, and places of 
amusement are included here. Candy and popcorn stands located in 
theaters are, however, included in SIC 54 as "Food Stores." 

Eating places (SIC 5812)-Comprises the following industries: 

Restaurants, lunchrooms, caterers— Establishments primarily selling 
prepared food and drink for consumption either on the premises or 
at a place designated by the customer. Establishments calling them- 
selves caterers but not selling prepared foods as part of their business 
activity are not included in this category. 

Establishments in which sales of alcoholic beverages for consump- 
tion on the premises exceed receipts from sales of prepared foods 



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and nonalcoholic beverages are classified as "Drinking places" (SIC 
5813). Counter or table service may be provided at establishments 
calling themselves restaurants or lunchrooms. 

Cafeterias-Establishments primarily selling prepared foods and drinks 
for consumption on the premises. In these establishments the 
customers serve themselves. 

Refreshment places-Establishments primarily selling limited lines of 
refreshments and prepared food items. Included in this group are 
establishments which prepare refreshment items such as frozen 
custard, pizza, barbequed chicken, and hamburgers for consumption 
either on or near the premises or for "take-home" consumption. 

In the 1963 Census of Business, icecream, frozen custard, soft 
ice cream, and similar refreshment items sold from trucks were 
included in this classification. In the 1967 Census of Business, these 
establishments are classified as "Direct selling (house-to-house 
canvass) establishments" (SIC 5351) in the "Nonstore Retailers" 
group and are not included in this series of reports. 

Drinking places (alcoholic beverages) (SIC 5813)-Establishments 
primarily selling drinks such as beer, ale, wine, liquor, and other alco- 
holic beverages for consumption on the premises. Prepared foods are 
frequently sold at these establishments, but receipts from sales of alco- 
holic beverages exceed receipts from sales of food. 

DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES 
(SIC 591) 

Drug stores (part of SIC 591 (-Establishments selling prescriptions, 
proprietary drugs, patent medicines, and other health and first-aid prod- 
ucts. Usually these establishments also sell a variety of other merchan- 
dise such as cosmetics, toiletries, candy, tobacco products, magazines, 
and toys. 



MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES 
(SIC Major Group 59, Except 591) 

This major group includes retail stores not elsewhere classified. In the 
1963 Census of Business this group was called "Other retail stores." 

Liquor stores (SIC 592), also government-operated liquor stores (part 
of major groups 92 and 93)-Establishments primarily selling packaged 
alcoholic beverages such as ale, beer, wine, and whiskey for consump- 
tion off the premises. Liquor stores operated by States, counties, and 
municipalities are included. 

Sporting goods stores; bicycle shops (SIC 595)-Establishments pri- 
marily selling a general or specialized line of sporting goods and equip- 
ment for hunting, camping, fishing, skiing, riding, tennis, golf, and 



other sports; and gymnasium and playground equipment. Also, estab- 
lishments primarily selling bicycle and bicycle parts and accessories. 

Jewelry stores (SIC 597)— Establishments primarily selling any combi- 
nation of the lines of jewelry such as diamonds and other precious stones 
mounted in precious metals as rings, bracelets, and brooches; sterling 
and plated silverware; and watches and clocks. 

Florists (SIC 5992)— Establishments primarily selling cut flowers and 
growing plants. Greenhouses and nurseries are not included in the 
Census of Business unless receipts are primarily from sales of products 
not grown on the premises. 

In addition to the kinds of business described above, for which data 
are shown separately in this report, this group includes other retail 
stores, such as antique and secondhand stores; hay, grain, feed, and 
other farm supply stores; garden supply stores; coal, wood, ice, fuel oil, 
and liquefied petroleum gas dealers; cigar stores, stands; newsdealers, 
newsstands; gift, novelty, souvenir shops; optical goods stores; type- 
writer stores; luggage, leather goods stores; hobby, toy, game shops; 
religious goods stores; pet shops; and other establishments selling 
specialized lines of merchandise, such as collectors' items and supplies, 
artists' supplies, and other lines not elsewhere classified. Although data 
for these establishments are not shown separately, they are included in 
the group total. 



NONSTORE RETAILERS 
(Part of SIC Major Group 53) 

The establishments primarily engaged in these activities are not in- 
cluded in this series of reports of the 1967 Census of Business but are 
included in all other retail trade publications of the census. Included in 
this classification are mail-order houses, merchandise vending machine 
operators, and direct selling (house-to-house) organizations. In this 
census, the sales made at catalog sales desks in retail stores were tab- 
ulated as part of the stores' sales rather than as a part of the sales of 
mail-order houses, as had been done in the earlier censuses. 



SPECIAL TABULATIONS 

Special tabulations of data collected in the 1967 Census of Business 
may be obtained on computer tape, on punch cards, or in tabular form. 
The data provided in such special tabulations will be in summary form 
and will be subject to the same rules prohibiting disclosure of confi- 
dential information (including name, address, kind of business, or other 
data for individual business establishments or companies) as are the 
regular publications. 

Special tabulations are prepared on a cost basis and the request for a 
cost estimate, as well as exact specifications on the type and format of 
the data to be provided, should be directed to: Chief, Business Division, 
Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C. 20233. 



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